Month: April 2020

On April 20, 2020, thinking about children in this hard time of self -isolation and on a tragic day in Nova Scotia, where I live ,this poem flowed from a place of great pain. I was honored to read the prayer/poem on air it as part of the vigil Jonathan Torrens organized and conducted with […]

Praise for You Won’t Always Be This Sad “Grief, like love, is a skill and one that must be taught, nurtured and learned. This passing of knowledge is difficult in a society that is challenged with ‘grief literacy’. Sheree Fitch takes us beyond the self-help culture to intimately share her personal experience as a daughter, […]