In The End

When I finish this post, it will be my 37th entry in this blog (Check out my Favorite https://kailynsdad.com/crowded-room/) To be honest, when I started

Chapters In Books On My Bookshelf

I’ve always looked at my life as a series of books sitting on a bookshelf. Mind you, my book shelf is getting dustier and dustier the older I get, but I’ve always thought of my words, actions, and decisions as being collected in multiple books, sitting on a shelf for only me to see.

When Does The Pain Go Away?

Emotional pain rivals physical pain every day. We’ve all been through a breakup and the pain that ensues. But when does it go away? I wanted to write about this for some time, but couldn’t find the “right” words for a topic like this. It’s easy to write about now that I’m on the “other side”.
If you’re going through something right now, I wanted you to know it gets better. I promise. I hope my thoughts help anyone dealing with this.

Did I Get Left Behind?

This is a blog I wrote over several weeks. That hasn’t been my pattern in the past. Getting left behind is a difficult thing. It’s a terrible feeling and something I think about all the time. Because of the nature of writing about a “current” and very STRONG feeling, this one took me a few weeks to write, read, re-write, read, edit, read, and write again.

Believe it or not, this will be my 24th blog post since I started. Some I think have been good, and some have been average. But they’ve all been honest and real, that’s for sure. I’ve also now had 6,700 reads on my blog, so I’m honored to have my thoughts read by so many in such a short time.

I hope you enjoy this one. It’s just about as real as it gets. Comment, share and let me know that you stopped by!

Living With Guilt

Entrepreneurship. Marriage. Parenting. Guilt. We’ve all felt it, but how we deal with it is the mark of who we are. I thought I’d share my experiences and thoughts on these three topics. There are many more I could explore, but these are the three that dominate my life, and hopefully you can identify with at least one of them.

Finding My Way Back To Happiness

Since my separation, I’ve been chasing happiness and can’t seem to find it. There’s just something missing and I can’t put my finger on it. This blog will probably leave you with more questions than answers, but I thought I’d pick apart my present journey to find happiness.

What If?

“What if?” Is one of the phrases I fear the most and I love the most. I don’t want to live my life wondering “what if?”, but I do want to dream “what if”. I can live with “what is”, “what can be”, and “what could be”, but not a past “what if?”