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The Many Faces of Loss and Grief

Autumn Colors is more than a novel. It’s a study of loss, and how people deal with loss. Loss is universal, regardless of age or life condition. There’s Kerry, the main character, whose whole life seems to be about losses … Continue reading

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THERE’S NO DEADLINE ON GRIEF

I’ve been talking with a dear friend recently about “getting over” and “moving on” from the loss of a loved one. Specifically, we discussed the expectations of others on how long it’s reasonable to grieve. Let me start by saying … Continue reading

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INSPIRATION COMES IN MANY FORMS

The year was 2002. It was significant in a number of ways. My husband, Dennis, retired from his career of over three decades. We were building our dream retirement home, a log house on water in the Adirondacks. It also … Continue reading

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Gaining and Losing

No, this isn’t a weight loss article. It’s about the life steps forward and backward that sometimes drag, sometimes push and sometimes chase us into our futures. Can you imagine a life that is confined only to the happy ending … Continue reading

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