When the need to forgive has been hidden, part 1

Adapting Today we’ll begin exploring why we sometimes don’t have any idea that people have wronged us, so we don’t…

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A story of grieving, part 7 of 7

The funeral and the will In part 4, I mentioned that we’d be going on a peaceful adventure the week…

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A story of grieving, part 3 of 7

The showdown What’s going on here? You’re probably wondering, “Frankie Ann, what did you do to build a bridge to…

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The trauma of disengagement: from denial to healing, part 6 of 6

Mom’s impact—family Next week is Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday. Hot diggity. Last year we went on a vacation for Thanksgiving.…

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