Invisible Pain

  I posted this recently on my blog, Linda Kruschke’s Blog. This post was inspired by a flare up of my fibromyalgia. One of my fellow bloggers who has bipolar commented that the pain of bipolar is also a form of invisible pain. It occurred to me then that this is a perfect post forContinue reading “Invisible Pain”

A Stone’s Throw Away

“And He withdrew from them about a stone’s throw, and He knelt down and began to pray,” Luke 22:41 WHO KNOWS WHAT JESUS IS THINKING AT THIS PRECISE MOMENT as he entered the Garden? His disciples waited for Jesus and scripture states that he proceeded ahead of them to find some needed strength through prayer— this verse tellsContinue reading “A Stone’s Throw Away”

Hold Onto What You Know

    A dear and wise friend of mine once told me that I should never go by what I feel, but by what I know. Feelings can be fickle and reactionary, and oftentimes they do not reveal the truth about the situation they are a reaction to. There are times when my feelings have been all ofContinue reading “Hold Onto What You Know”

Good Grief, [Post by James Winsor]

How Depression is a Blessing in Disguise A darkness creeps into the soul and smothers it. Who knows why, how long it will last, or what will make it go away. You feel like you have nothing left to give to anyone else. You don’t want anyone around, except that one person who knows howContinue reading “Good Grief, [Post by James Winsor]”