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The first thing that came into my consciousness when I was awoken so early this morning was the rain beating, mightily, on the roof above. The room was pitch black and if it weren’t for the low glow of the alarm clock nearby – her clock, that clock, that sits on her nightstand, opposite from […]

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It’s been one year, three months, and nineteen days since my partner of thirteen years passed away. There has been enough time that has gone by to see the loving people who provided much needed comfort in the first few days, weeks, and months, rightfully, go back to their own lives and carry on with […]

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The Five Stages of Grief: Observations of Americans and My Own Experience from Personal Loss By Michelle C. Bonilla The day after the election I woke up to the most deafening silence. It was familiar. It seemed liked the silence that I have experienced in my home over the past 6 months since the death […]

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