Loving After Loss

Loving after loss is really hard for many people. I know a lot of people who are divorced, widowed, or single who are terrified to love again.  They don’t want to have the loss, the grief, or the complication again.  I get that. But I wanted to love again.  Brene Brown wrote “We are biologically, cognitively, […]

Happily Ever After

Here’s my Top 9 of 2019 from my Instagram @drwhitneyyoung You know what?  I think you like love. I think you like a good love story and a happy ending.  So do I. I love romantic comedies and all those sappy holiday movies that I watched over the last month that end with them falling […]

His Funeral was My Funeral

  His funeral was my funeral in more ways than one.  It was my funeral because it was the end of my life as I knew it. It was also a glimpse at what my funeral would look like. Steve died so suddenly that we didn’t have a chance to speak of his wishes around […]

The Monopoly on Missing Him

The Monopoly on Missing Him I’ve been so focused on myself and my own grieving. I’ve come to believe that no one else can truly be suffering and missing Steve like I can. Like I get to win the prize of Best Griever. Yay me! While there is some truth to that, Steve was my […]