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Just Hold On

When we are within the throes of uncertainty sometimes all we can do is hold on. It might mean literally holding onto someone: someone close to you, someone dear to you, someone you love. Just hold on. It might mean…

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Carry The Fire

Carry The Fire When I was fifteen years old my paternal grandmother committed suicide. Over the next two decades I watched my beloved father come undone. On October 17th, 2006, my dad followed in his mother’s footsteps and took his…

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It’s Not Your Fault

Although I first shared a version of this a few years back, tragically it is more relevant today than ever before. This week alone I’ve learned of two suicides, on top of counseling two other’s after their loved one’s recently…

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