I admit I love watching Outlander TV series on Netflix. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Diana Gabaldon, author of the series of book that the TV show is based on, lives in my state and that she was a professor at our local state university. While watching the show, I listened toContinue reading “Scotland the brave, Ceylon tea and I”
Author Archives: Shirley Chang
Dealing With the Loss of a Parent
It doesn’t matter how old we were when we lost our parents, it is important for us to take time to grieve. Grieving is a process that takes time. Last July, I sat down and wrote about the importance of grieving. Here’s the article I wrote in the “Candid Cuppa”: Dealing with the Loss ofContinue reading “Dealing With the Loss of a Parent”
My most unpopular piece on Medium
Not only is mental health issues a stigma, it seems talking about it is one as well. I am not a popular blogger in any sense. I wrote this piece in Medium in response to a friend’s posting that Uvalde shooting is a false flag event and that SSRIs are to be blamed in ALLContinue reading “My most unpopular piece on Medium”
What is “Three Months”?
“Three Months” was the time between my mom’s late stage lung cancer diagnosis and her passing away. It was a very intense period of time, but I hope my story can help someone in some ways. I have always wanted to write about this experience. It may have taken me more than a decade toContinue reading “What is “Three Months”?”