It never gets easy … saying goodbye after visiting your child at a therapeutic boarding school.
Having gone through this with Ben when he was at a residential treatment center, I should be a pro at saying goodbye. Not even close!
My husband and I just spent three days with Jack. He earned off campus privileges and spent two nights with us.
It was an awesome visit!
Continue reading “Saying Goodbye …”
Champagne, the count down, celebrate, resolutions, kissing family and friends at midnight, the ball in Times Square, hope and promise …
I have been thinking a great deal about this annual milestone and reflecting on feelings of sadness and loss. Living with mental illness has a funny way of changing one’s perspective on everyday experiences and expectations. This is especially true for holidays. Continue reading “A Different Perspective on New Year’s Resolutions”