My Dearest Daughters,

Thank you for your letter last week. These are truthful and hard. Here’s my reply. I know that it’s difficult to sort through the rubble, expel the trash and keep only what is good. That’s what coming through trauma looks like. That process really can’t change but it does get easier. Being a parent, unlessContinue reading “My Dearest Daughters,”

My Dearest Daughters,

I thank you and respect your letter of last week. Here’s my reply. Memory can be kind, and memory can be cruel. Unfortunately, both are true. The one thing that remains is this: cutting away the bad memories does indeed reveal and leave more room for the good ones. With that the goal, let’s carryContinue reading “My Dearest Daughters,”