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Getting beyond blame

It is human instinct and possibly need to blame someone or something for our pain and suffering. Families very often have one individual who will play ‘coat-hanger’ for all the robes of grief, loss, hurt and agony that others do … Continue reading

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fault

Sadness settled, whispered clear, beheld the moment born, as heart did speak like timid bird through shrubberies of fear, and mind with kindness, cautioned soul to listen; those words which sorrow uttered, and reason now must hear.   Regret and … Continue reading

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Blame

It is a natural instinct, when feelings rise within, which make us feel uncomfortable, that we demand to know, just why it is we feel this way, an answer now and sure, which takes the blame to others, is that … Continue reading

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Why do mothers get the blame

Why do mothers get the blame in ways that fathers don’t? Perhaps because in mothering, we learn to carry loads. Our shoulders have been broadened, our hearts made wide and deep, to carry children’s hurtings; to share their pain and … Continue reading

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Relationship

  The days had staggered slowly on, and dragged dark memories, of moments long forgotten; of dreams which still might be. The pen had scrawled across the page, of mind’s erratic hopes, that there could be deliverance; there was no … Continue reading

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