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Alternate Histories: 5/22, 4/10

5/22/14

Are the poles really melting, and it’s gonna raise the seas? So we’re gonna lose Manhattan, Nag’s Head? It doesn’t matter! There’s no anxiety–you’ll be dead, I’ll be dead, and new life will come. 517 more words

Climate Anxiety Counseling

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3/5/15

My marriage is essentially over and I don’t know how to fix it. I don’t want to lose this amazing man. I love M so much and never imagined a future without him. 245 more words

BJ

Four Years and Eleven Months of Grief

Today marks four years and eleven months since my life mate/soul mate died. Next month it will be five years. I haven’t been actively mourning the entire time he’s been gone so the title is misleading on that account, but the world changed forever when he left, catapulting me into a world of grief that will always be a part of me. 268 more words

Life

The Eye of the Human Storm - Repost

As you know, Superman passed away Sunday, February 15.  I am re-posting what I wrote for him back in July because, though I thought I understood the emotions of what was looming…I couldn’t have known how I’d feel at this moment. 444 more words

Shades

Back to the Grind

Classes resumed today and I am thankful for the distraction. I have missed my nursing family. If I weren’t in class today, I would have been moping alone at home with my cats and wallowing in my own despair. 329 more words

BJ

The Downward Spiral

Tonight I spoke to my mother about my father. With graduation coming up and prospects of children on the horizon, I have been dreading the thought of invites. 331 more words

BJ

His Protector

Like most siblings, my little brother and I didn’t always get along. However, I loved him fiercely. When I was only about 4 years old or so, my dad made me promise to always take care of my brother. 1,235 more words

BJ