• Writing Therapy In The Sun

    A Bright, Bright Sun-Shiny Day

    January 23, 2018

    Have you ever tried writing therapy? Have you given voice to your emotions to help ease your trauma? I recently attended a grief and loss workshop and was tasked with writing therapy. I’d never done structured writing therapy before. Well, that’s not entirely accurate – I’d written my story in blogs after my losses; and as…

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  • Sorrow Is Always There

    September 10, 2017

    The air around me is silent, The calm before the storm. I feel the need to vent, As my life has taken on a new form. Some days the sorrow is so hard to bare, As I feel so many wrongs I have to make right. Am I the only one to care, I can…

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  • A Morning Lullaby

    July 23, 2017

    I woke up this morning and missed you Oh so dear I then looked to the sky and saw that the moon was sitting quite near Next to moon there hung a star That began to twinkle and blink As if the crescent moon Was your smile And with starry eye, you winked You’ve worked…

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  • On the Losses of Father’s Day

    June 21, 2015

    The loss I feel as a dad on Father’s Day isn’t just about my son who died; it’s about what we’re not doing together today. After Simon passed, no one told me that this one loss – this one, devastating, nearly soul crushing loss – would not be “the” only thing taken from me; it would, actually,…

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