Tag: humanity

Accepting my humanness

It’s been over a full year since I’ve posted to this blog. A lot can happen in a year. Turns out a whole lot. We are currently living through a global pandemic and public health crisis. Never in a lifetime could I have predicted this one. I’ve missed writing on this blog. I needed a …

Grief – take two thousand and one

You know it when it comes to visit because it’s not like the others. You know it because at first it makes you feel crazy. It makes you question everything. What is going on here? Why do I feel this way? You’re all like, what the fuck do you want now? From me?  Again? I …

Grief is many things, but not at all tidy

A couple of weeks ago, my grief counselor, Kristen, gave me an article called “The Journey Through Grief: The Mourner’s Six Reconciliation Needs.” It’s written by Alan D. Wolfelt, an author, educator and grief counselor whose philosophy the Center for Good Grief (where I go in Memphis) bases their approach on. She gave me the …