Lessons Learned from Long-Term Grieving

In 1979, my mother lost her eight-year-long battle with lymphoma at the age of 43, leaving me, a shy and sensitive 9-year-old, reeling, grief-stricken, angry, and suddenly living in a confusing new reality.  Fast forward 43 years to today (11/2), the anniversary of her death–she has been deceased about as long as she had been alive. BothContinue reading “Lessons Learned from Long-Term Grieving”