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Year One: This Work is F***ing Hard.

***CAUTION! Strong language is used in this post.***

Yesterday brought the completion of my first year of graduate school at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology… 470 more words


Missing Jesi

In the early days after Jesi left us I looked for her everywhere. I would stare out of airplane windows wondering which cloud she hid behind. 994 more words


The Birthday Card

Yesterday I went down to visit my father and stumbled upon the birthday card for M on the table while eating breakfast. Already emotionally frail from my family reunion in Jamaica, I spent a good portion of the car ride crying. 857 more words


The End is Nigh!

I am in count down mode now. Nursing school is almost over. Tomorrow is the last day of our three day comprehensive review and Friday is our pinning ceremony. 445 more words


Alternate Histories: 5/22, 4/10


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



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


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