Life Goes On

There is a storm on the horizon. It’s about the get crazy; I can feel it.

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I thought I was doing alright, considering everything that’s happened in the last four years. After reading the latest neurosurgery notes, I feel a heaviness in my chest. It’s a sensation I’ve never felt so profoundly. I take a deep breath, trying to rid myself of it.

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I started writing about 2 years ago to cope with my struggles in life. I write about grief, caregiving, substance use disorder, and the death care industry.

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Jennifer Estes

Jennifer Estes

I started writing about 2 years ago to cope with my struggles in life. I write about grief, caregiving, substance use disorder, and the death care industry.

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