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The language of loss

One of the hardest things we will face as humans is the aging and eventual loss of our parents.  I have been blessed with two wonderful parents and consider them on the short list of friends.  The same ghost that … Continue reading

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A slice of a heart

Recently I wrote a blog about the loss of my aunt.  I spoke of death, a subject so many of us fear.  I am one of the many.  Yes, I fear death.  I fear its unknown quality and I despise … Continue reading

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The wound inside

Eight years ago I lost a dear friend to suicide.  It was a few months after I had been diagnosed with a rare and deadly cancer.  My head was spinning and my fear was at an all time high.  Her … Continue reading

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The illusion of control

Several years ago my only and younger brother was killed in a head on collision on a spring school day. I was young and just stepping out as an independent adult ready to take the world by the tail. He … Continue reading

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