Making Peace with the Dead

My kids with their dad at his last Christmas, in which he’s holding a sign that says, “You are the dad everyone wishes they had.” (photo credit: author)

Sometimes, you can’t. That’s the hardest thing about realizing that someone you loved so much is gone: all your chances to apologize are over, to fix things, to make them right. What I wouldn’t give for a chance to do things over again but of course, there are no more chances.

My therapy appointment

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Holly Case is a writer and aspiring therapist living in Texas. I’m obsessed with making the world a kinder place. Previous Top Writer in Parenting and Feminism.

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Holly Case

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Holly Case is a writer and aspiring therapist living in Texas. I’m obsessed with making the world a kinder place. Previous Top Writer in Parenting and Feminism.

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