People who equate truth with fact are missing the point.

Seen and Heard at Healthy, Unwealthy, and Becoming Wise

Hey, I wrote a guest post over at my lovely friend Erin’s blog. Come read it, because I said some very important stuff. No, really, I did. I want everyone to know how very important simple acknowledgement is.

A Little of This, A Little of That, and My Inauspicious Writerly Beginnings

Holy ultra-serious blogeration, Batman!

Let’s take it down a notch or nine, shall we?

Because in spite of all the intensity I have expressed here recently, life is damn good right now.

“Damn good” is, of course, subjective. My damn good is not the same as yours (well, for a few of you it’s . . . → Read More: A Little of This, A Little of That, and My Inauspicious Writerly Beginnings

Disposable People

When I was barely pregnant with Jacob, my friend Rachel had a baby, a little girl named Gabrielle. A lovely, tiny thing with a shock of black hair I was compelled to pet whenever I held her, she was Rachel’s first baby.

Six weeks later, SIDS, that terrible night thief of babies, stole Gabrielle . . . → Read More: Disposable People

Pain Runs Through My Veins

I’ve been staring at the computer screen for a long time. Two hours, in fact, which surprises me because I am not a do-nothinger. I waste time, do things that don’t matter, lose myself in useless pursuits, but I never do┬ánothing.

Today, though, I’m staring. Thinking.

I want to write about Jacob and . . . → Read More: Pain Runs Through My Veins

Navigating the Storm

Advice? I’ve had my fill of the stuff. We parents of kids with emotional and behavioral differences are like advice repositories, the place where people dump all their fears and their conviction that anything (everything!) can be cured with a simple twist of behavior or diet.

In general? I don’t like advice.

However, there . . . → Read More: Navigating the Storm

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