Category Archives: grief

Close is Too Late for Too Many

As we approach the start of the Trofinetide trial, I know that it is going to go by in a blink.  And, there are other trials in different stages of development, each holding some parent’s hope for their child- improvement … Continue reading

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To the Doctor that Pissed Me Off

I read this article today titled, To the Nurse Who Made Me Cry and it asks at the end, “Fellow Mighty friends, if you could write a letter to a medical professional, what would you say?” Now, I’ve actually often … Continue reading

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Poetry Month: Pain inspired

Many, many years ago, while taking a course in college they gave us this book of poems, rather we BOUGHT this book of poems. And it is my favorite. I still read it from time to time. One of my … Continue reading

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