Because grief is so varied and personal, there is no “normal” or “right” way to grieve, except to feel your way through it. This means people actively trying to move through and express their pain show it in a wide variety of ways outside of the behaviors people are used to seeing. We aren’t “Fine” and everyone knows it.
It doesn’t make sense not to learn about. If you’ve been holding back from learning about routine infant circumcision (RIC), I encourage to ask yourself why and remind you that there is absolutely no shame in education.
It’s like I can’t remember what happiness looks like. Well, maybe that’s not it. It looks something like all my … More
Trigger warning: child loss When my father died, there came a cold, permanent reminder that sometimes, life is too short, … More
I’m hesitating even writing this sentence. I’m stuck lately, my head and heart so full of comparisons and connections for … More
I am devastated. A friend I’ve met through Facebook and blogging- whose story has been on my to-write-about list for … More
Welcome to Wordless Wednesday! This… this is the reason why you love (or seriously question!) me. Either way, I totally … More
I’m exhausted today- four loads of laundry deep and a teething, clingy baby. Thank goodness for babywearing! I’m determined to … More
Oil pulling… um, what? That was pretty much my reaction when I first read about it. It sounds yucky- it … More
Have you ever heard a song that stops your whole life for a few minutes until at the end you … More