A somber side to Christmas

It's that time of year again. The decorations go up, the Christmas music starts ringing from every direction, and the festivities begin. But for some people this special day can be painted with a veil of sadness. A reminder of what we have lost. A source of suffering, a ruptured wound. If you have been... Continue Reading →

A note on grief

It was the 2nd anniversary of my mom's passing a few days ago, and this has coincided with me finishing up a book on grief called The Orphaned Adult by Alexander Levy. Because of what I learned in this book, I experienced this specifically heightened period of mourning in a different light. When I lost... Continue Reading →

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