Month: May 2014

Caring enough to write.

I was reminded today of how terrifying it is when you have a family member with a terminal illness, and there is a lack of information (especially accurate information) or advice to help you through the toughest patches. When my… Read More ›

Eliminate “Should”

In the last few months I’ve reconsidered what surviving loss really means. According to the Cambridge Online dictionary, “surviving” means continuing to live or exist after the loss of…and you may insert whatever your own personal loss equates to here:… Read More ›