Posts Tagged: grief

Suicide: Every Minute Counts

October 21, 2019

It was an ordinary day. And then it wasn’t. I was rushing down Yonge Street to get to the next thing I had to do, when a man fell from overhead and landed on the sidewalk, ending his own life directly in front of me. I did not know this man. I have no idea […]

My Mom Died… Now What?

February 06, 2018

My Mom Died…Now What? I had mentally prepared for this, even rehearsed it, but that did not inoculate me from the pain and shock. I have experienced grief before, but I think grieving for my dad was somehow easier because it was a less complex relationship. Our first and most formative attachment, the relationship with […]

Easing Into Fall

September 08, 2015

Let’s be honest. The initial transition from summer to fall can be really hard. I don’t know about you but fall always seems to do a sneak attack on me. One day, I’m out with my toes in the grass and the next, I’m yanking a jacket out of the closet lamenting the end of […]