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Posted by: Corry Roach on 1/29/2009 | 0 Comments

Today, I read in the newspaper about a new approach to caring for addicts, by housing them in a safe lodging without cost to them. I was taken aback at how raw and exposed my buttons were about this issue. I perhaps have much to heal from yet with regard to my son’s difficulties with addiction in the past. It is a reminder that there is so much to do.

Posted by: Corry Roach on 1/10/2009 | 0 Comments

Once again, we are beyond the holiday season, and into another new year. It does tend to be the most difficult time of year for those of us who are grieving, and there is a sense of relief when it is once again behind us. However, it has also, despite all these years of experience, been a time of new insights and introspection. I am aware that the intense and deep grief work I did around Lindsay’s death long ago, clearly helped me deal with the three deaths of dear ones that occurred this last year.


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