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My father was not part of my life at all. Even though this quote is about missing a father after their death- it can relate to me in some ways- No one truly understands how hard it is to not have a dad until you experience it. I believe a father is a vital part of a child's life as well. Mom and Dad do not necessarily need to be married to each other to still be a part of the child's life...

“A friend of mine found this old photograph in a shoe box in his Grandmother’s attic. On the back was written… Aunty Mary and her “friend” Ruth, 1910. I wonder if those quotation marks imply what I think they do, by the look on their faces, I would say they do”

DON’T ask me how I'm doing Don't ask if I’m okay Don't say they're in a better place, as you won't like what I say NO .. Time is not a healer and this was NOT Gods will, If He knew how much I’ve really lost, they would be right here still. I WON’T try to be positive And this wasn't for the best My hearts in broken pieces And it hurts deep in my chest. Don't say, at least they're out of pain Well I'm not, and MAY NEVER be. Their pain is gone, but mines still here It's been passed on to me…

They might seem pretty normal at the time, but often it's the little "things" we take for granted, that we miss the most once they're gone. Scientists and thinkers still argue, but I don't think it's realistic to try and live in the present moment fully at all times; try to have a balance between savoring the past, being fully present in the moment and visualizing a positive future. Find out what matters most to you with Positive Existential Coaching. Free consultation