I started writing to create content for a website in 2011. I needed to create unique content. Basically it was a side project to promote my photography and music endeavors.

My writing on this blog changed to a way to cope with my feelings of depression and anxiety. Today I don’t write as much as I would like to.

Much has changed in the world and the internet since I started. I still have dreams and goals. Whether I will ever be able to attain the abilities to accomplish them is a different story.

The stress I am currently facing leads me back to writing and deep thinking into my mind to see how I may be able to improve my life.

Perhaps another person can reflect upon my discoveries.

These are my stories, thoughts, ideas, and experiences. In the end maybe someone will walk away with a different point of view.

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  2. Yahobahne says:

    In all the troubles, trials and tribulations you’ve endured, it’s a blessing that you’re still here and standing. The holy scripture instructs the believer who’s wearing the full armor of God–and that’s worn to protect the believer’s whole being–to after withstanding in the evil day, and having done all, to stand and stand! (Ephesians 6:13) You have stood, and that’s a blessing! Continue to stand…
    God bless you.

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  3. mightwar says:

    May your stories, thoughts, ideas, and experiences give you a firm place on which to stand, that you may walk away with a different point of view. And as you pass on this journey, I wish you the very best of yourself: for both you and your daughter.


  4. You are very courageous.


  5. Thank you for reading my blog. I say that considering what you have gone through, and have to deal with in raising your daughter. You are a blessing to her and God will take care of you both. Final words; writing helps

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    • It does help.
      Thank you.
      Will God take care of me? If there is one I hope he does. I also hope that on my death bed he would be able to forgive me for all of my sins. Especially since I have lived a life doubting his existence.


      • No worries, He will. I hope you aren’t offended by this, but I will continue to pray for you. Keep doin what you do.


      • It takes a lot to offend me. Yes, I can be offended but that is after apathy has reached it’s limit. You are doing fine.
        I may offend others but sadly I do it on purpose to provoke or create controversy. Uh, Oh the cat is out of the bag per se.
        I am not religious but my thoughts on positive thinking are similar to those of prayer. I just don’t call it praying.
        For a better idea on who or what I am about you should come and read my main blog site. LiveLifeLoveBacon.com This WordPress site was a starter platform that I fell out of favor with. Too limiting when I can have my own without any restrictions. Unfortunately I have not reblogged my own posts on here for a while. Hope you may enjoy. Thank You


      • I will check it out. 🙂


      • jennysound says:

        thank you for folo’g my blog, a line a day. you write very well for someone who’s never done it before. i’ll be back.


  6. May your wife’s soul RIP. Kudos to your determination after the catastrophic event! All the best with the blog!!

    (P.s..Thanks for visiting mine!!)


    • Thank you. Time heals all wounds. We will eventually all get over our loss.
      Who knows maybe I wouldn’t have still been married.
      Lessen learned. There are plenty of people in the world. Should you really put so much time, effort and grief towards one?
      Especially one who is so selfish and would rather spend their life living a lie. One that would rather choose a drug over family.
      The biggest problem I have is I wasted so much time. The easy part is she is no longer on this earth.
      Compare it to someone who has left you but still alive. They are around to remind you about everything that could have been yours but you will never have again.


  7. You do indeed have a story that must be told. The statistics rise each day regarding the number of deaths related to prescription pain medication related deaths. Others will benefit from your story.


  8. Rebecca says:

    Youve certainly been through a lot. How my heart goes out for you. I am a Christian and I do believe in a God who cares. We’re all on our own journey to God. Doubts are the detours we have to go through. Thanks for liking my post and for following my blog, “Depressionsgift”. I will also check out your newer blog. Thanks again,



  9. Rebecca says:

    Hi again,
    I went to your other site and I can’t find anyplace to post a comment. What am I missing?


  10. This is very touching, thanks for sharing your story. I just nominated you for the “Very inspirational Blogger Award” See it here: http://lookatmycurves.wordpress.com/2013/06/05/very-inspirational-blogger-awards-3/ Enjoy. Your blog and story, is well worth it!


  11. Maria A. says:

    You should surround yourself with positive-minded people, environment and company has to do a lot with how one thinks and feel. Stay safe, be well 💐

    Liked by 1 person

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