Going it alone

Why it’s so important to some to “go it alone”. During hard and painful times it seems one would want family close at hand to comfort and ease the pain. I don’t understand the desire to be secluded during such a difficult period in one’s life. I will respect and honor their wishes, however, it is with great sadness that I can’t be there to help them during their time of need. Maybe this is a bit too personal for  my blog…but I just feel like saying what’s on my mind without going into any details.

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Grandee… that’s me Family is first and foremost to me. My husband and I are blessed with two children and their wonderful spouses who have given us five wonderful grand children. Hence my name “Grandee”… given to me by our daughter's first child.
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One Response to Going it alone

  1. There are as many reasons for ‘going it alone’ as there are people. Sometimes, it is because one’s embarrassed by the predicament they find themselves in, or ashamed, or scared to be judged by others if they seek support. Sometimes, it is a matter of pride, as in ‘I can do it myself,’ even when it is obvious they can’t. Sometimes, they just don’t want to burden others with their troubles…and sometimes it just hurts too much to have to share the issue with others. Whomever, and whatever the issue, please don’t take it personally, and remember that the one thing no one can stop you from doing, is praying for them. 😉

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