Tag Archives: Grief

Alone


I see them in my office, their look slightly haunted by the memories of having been here before, though not alone. Their fingers absent-mindlessly trace the circle of their wedding band, as we talk not about their own illness, but … Continue reading

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One I The Loneliest Number


I see them in my office, their look slightly haunted by the memories of having been here before, though not alone. Their fingers absentmindedly trace the circle of their wedding band, as we talk not about their own illness, but … Continue reading

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