My mother died in England 19 years ago on Mother’s Day. I was 16, she was my first love, and losing her broke my heart.
Some mail, if left unattended, can lead to hurt feelings. Some can lead to jail. I started to go through the piles and dig my way out of the grief pit I felt stuck in.
I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in the spring of 1996. I was 25, had been married for just two years, and we had a three-month-old son.
On my second wedding anniversary, I found out that my husband was having an affair with our neighbor.
Oncology therapist Michelle Bronzo tells us what motivates her work, offers tips on how to talk to children about cancer, and shares some of the best ways to support families after a diagnosis.
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