Blogging has always been a cathartic experience for me. There is something about seeing your thoughts, dreams and desires in black and white. Writing down the multitude of thoughts passing through my mind every second almost gives the thoughts a sort of finitude.
So here I have come to blog about the events and happenings that have affected me profoundly and will continue to affect my life as I endeavor to move on. I am also here to write about anything and everything that will help those like me seek solace in the understanding that they are not alone to ultimately begin to deal with their own pain and sense of loss.


17 comments on “About

  1. This is (was) Broken Heart Recovery, my anonymous blog was compromised and became not so anonymous. I’ve changed my site address to http://www.stilllovinghim.wordpress.com Please continue to follow my journey through affair recovery.

  2. stevewthomas says:

    Just wanted to say thanks for stopping by Walking the Cat. . .and for liking my latest post. . .Funny thing, I didn’t intend in the beginning to be so revealing concerning my personal life. . .I started writing a “semi-fictional” account of my writing journey and ended reliving some not-so-pleasant memories. . .Thanks for reading and good luck in your mission of compassion and service. . .

    • Thank you for stopping by on my blog. It is actually quite ironical that even though we try to start with a semi-fictional account of our real lives the power of words is such that you end up revealing more than you first intended to and reliving memories you rather not recall. But then again such is the therapeutic power of words!

      • I am realizing that as I work through the healing process of lost dreams and focus on reality, i write more about reality than the fiction I started/intended to write about. I am even giving him access to my writings. I hope that although the marriage is broken, he will in time know me better than he ever did through 20 years of marriage. Thank you for inviting me to your page through liking my latest posts.

      • Thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog. I do hope your ex realizes what a gem he has lost, mine is beyond hope hence my blog remains anonymous.

  3. God bless you as you heal and help others by sharing your life.

  4. Michael says:

    Hi. Thanks a lot for appreciating my post @ http://justmikemon.wordpress.com/2013/03/24/handling-outsider-involvement-in-marriages/. A very useful blog you have here.

    • Thank you for stopping by. Your post was equally touching and brought memories of a disagreement I had seen between my parents and their reaction at my pain because of it. Since then, till now I have never seen them disagree at least in front of me. While I hoped to imbibe the same in my marriage, my ex had different plans and the rest as they say is history, of my life.

  5. Michael says:

    That was very good of your parents. If only parents can just take a second to think of the consequences of their actions on their children, this world would have been a much more better place for us all. This is because most children are a product of the “state of things” in their homes.

  6. Michael says:

    Hello my friend. How have you been? Its been a while. I hope you are good? 🙂

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