"I can see the light in you. Sara is back," says my therapist at my most recent counseling session. And I feel it too. God, it feels good. Although, it is a little strange to make peace with death, yearn for relief, and then find yourself still alive. And wanting to live. But, I'm grateful … Continue reading Love Will Voices: Still Standing
"Mom, why are you making that face?" So asks my five year old while we are driving home from the grocery store. "What face?" I ask unaware. "This one." She scowls demonstrating "Oh, I'm just thinking," I reply. "I make that face when I'm thinking too. When I'm thinking sad thoughts." My heart breaks. Because … Continue reading Love Will Voices: Taking a Stand
One year later… ...thank you Facebook memories for reminding me that one year ago I shared my story about postpartum depression. It was also coincidental, that this morning at a doctor’s appointment I was asked, “What are you on Zoloft for?" My reply, “postpartum depression”. I see him doing the math in his head … Continue reading Love Will Voices: Lyndsey’s Journey
The following story was submitted to us anonymously. We applaud their courage in sharing their experiences. If you or anyone you know is battling depression or contemplating suicide, there is help: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.**Trigger warning** Love you to my Heart You keep saying you are sorry, I forgave you when I married you. You tell me you … Continue reading Love Will Voices: Love’s Story
I have not had a panic attack in two months. I cannot remember the last time I had a nightmare; and when I have, it didn't render me incapacitated the following morning. Finally...progress. It has been years. Every time I would start to feel like a version of myself, I found myself pregnant. I could … Continue reading Now, Where Were We?