Monthly Archives: December 2012

There are no “Do-overs” when someone you love has cancer

One of the most difficult things, if not the most difficult thing, for me in coming to terms with my husband’s death has been trying to figure out where things went wrong and even if I think I know where … Continue reading

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Can a button change a belief system? No -It takes people, dialogue and action-

Today is December 6th. It is Canada’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. It is the 22nd anniversary of the Montreal Massacre. I have lit candles, laid roses, cried and also hoped that as a society … Continue reading

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