Diagnosis: Grief? (Part II) New Post on Still Standing

I’ve got another post on Still Standing¬†. Won’t you please take a look?

http://stillstandingmag.com/2012/06/diagnosis-grief-part-ii/

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2 Comments

  1. What a heartfelt and well-written piece. Though I can imagine the pain that must sneak up on you from time to time, I hope you are celebrating this new chapter in your writing life. Well done.

    Kudos from a fellow Goins writer.

    • Thank you, Laurie. I am having the time of my life. I feel like I’ve broken out of a cocoon. I’m glad to be finally spreading my wings.

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