Bing Yap

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Industry Law
Occupation Private Practitioner
Location Davao City, Philippines
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Introduction On January 25, 2005, I lost my husband. Welcome to my random thoughts about losing James and finding myself again. For in this journey called Life, "there is no such thing as a negative experience... only opportunities to grow."
Interests A wife, a lover, a bestfriend… until fate decided to play a game on me… That's when I realized that I have one more, and the most important, role to play- that of being a mother to my three bereaved young children. I started this blog with the hope of inspiring others and helping them deal with the overwhelming aftermath of a sudden loss or tragedy in the family.I love to write. I went through my grief process by writing in my journal every single emotion that I felt and every single milestone in my journey towards healing. "I didn't get here easily, you know. Believe me, I had all kinds of criticisms for staying so long in my grief. But taking my time to heal was all worth it. Grief is a normal and natural response to any loss. Have no fear and let it run free. It is OK not to feel OK.Express it and then release it. I created this blog to share the light I have seen at the end of the tunnel with everyone who is in the same journey. The comments I have received from you validated that I have somehow achieved my purpose."-Pinklady, January 23, 2009, 11:11P.M.
Favorite Movies TITANIC, Somewhere in Time, The Notebook, What Dreams May Come, Bridges of Madison County, Message in a Bottle, TWILIGHT
Favorite Music mushy love songs and disco music from the 70's 80's and 90's, Tears In Heaven by Eric Clapton, To Where You Are and You Raise Me Up by Josh Groban, Together Again by Janet Jackson, Truly and Still by Lionel Richie, Open Arms by Journey, Old Songs Mandy and Weekend in New England by Barry Manilow, Come What May by Lani Hall, The Warrior is a Child I Will Be Here Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos and Lead Me Lord by Gary Valenciano
Favorite Books Books of: Nicholas Sparks ("The Notebook", "Nights in Rodanthe", "Message in a Bottle", "The Guardian"), Richard Matheson ("What Dreams May Come", "The Path: A New Look at Reality") and Paulo Coelho ("Brida", "11 Minutes", "The Zahir", "The Alchemist"), James Redfield (The Celestine Prophecy, The Tenth Insight), Sidney Sheldon ("The Rage of Angels" [the greatest influence in the career path I have chosen], "The Other side of Midnight"), Inspirational Books of: Kahlil Gibran (The Prophet), Deepak Chopra, Robert Greene, James Van Praagh, Juliana Cameron, Stephie O'Martian

If you could peer far enough into the night sky, you'd see a star in any direction you looked. When would you sleep?

Would I even want to sleep? Pure bliss!