Monthly Archives: June 2019

The Last Breath

Last week I buried my second son, having lost him to suicide, and I find myself still struggling to believe it. Over the past year or so, as he down-spiraled into amphetamine psychosis, our exchanges became increasingly confrontational. The cause … Continue reading

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More Than One Way to Love

The ways we choose to love are as unique as the way we choose to make a living, maintain our health, or entertain ourselves. Some choose to seek out a spouse or partner enter into a shared life with a … Continue reading

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Layers of Truth

Although we humans in First World countries seem to distance ourselves more and more from the natural world, in reality we cannot help but interact with it despite our busyness. We have an innate tendency to seek and to ascribe … Continue reading

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Empty Nest

I was a parent by age 20 and my youngest son didn’t move out until I was in my 50s.  Parenting is an unending job because our kids always need us in some capacity, even if it’s just as supportive … Continue reading

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