Browsing the "Loss" Category

RIP’d Off

July 28th, 2021 | by Jessica Phillips Lorenz

When I first started writing about my family’s experience, I felt compelled to use photos of my daughter and me. She was my kid. I wanted people to see us.


Navigating Loss, with Tea and Empathy

April 21st, 2021 | by Jenna Devany Waters

She packed her things while I was out of town, disappeared without a word. I ordered a frenzy of furniture online to spare my children


Milk: An Excerpt from THE NIGHT LAKE

March 25th, 2021 | by Liz Tichenor

The breast pump had arrived that afternoon, the Monday after Fritz died, at the same time as a stout flat-rate box of hand-me-down clothes from my cousin, who I later heard felt horrible about the timing, having mailed the package when Fritz was still alive


See Saw

December 28th, 2020 | by Jill Stukenberg

How old or what grade are your children? I have one son who turned seven in May. That was after


Advent 2020

December 21st, 2020 | by Ezra Stone

ONE: A wave of grief for everything that came before  Today, the clouds are like ribs, like my ribs close


Crescent

June 30th, 2020 | by Becca Rose Hall

There’s more sex where that came from, says your daddy, and of course we’ll try again. Nothing is wrong; it is only sad. Nature believes in redundant abundance.



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