Tag Archives: grief

A Requiem for Murray

I’ve read a fair number of these things and more than a few of them are written in second person. That bothers me. First, who is this writer to tell me how I feel? Second, it implies there’s some sort of universality to the experience…you WILL feel these emotions. Oh, the experience I’m talking about: […]

The Pain of Loss

In 1988, President Reagan declared October National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month. One of my previous posts described how my wife and I suffered a molar pregnancy in 2010. Losing a baby is devastating, no matter when or how it happens. Everybody deals differently. I threw myself into work. I remember that it seemed […]