How To Grieve

Four and half years ago, I lost my two and half year old son Tommy unexpectedly. Tommy’s birth and death were both deciding moments for me. Initiations. A gateway to a new life. I’ve written online about my navigating through loss in a project I call the Grief Project.

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Breast Cancer: What Goes Lump In The Night?

In July of 2017 I was a perfectly healthy 29 year old newly engaged woman with major baby fever. By August 2nd I was a breast cancer patient meeting with a surgeon who used words like “outcomes” and “chances of survival”, learning that I would be given every breast cancer treatment in the book which might leave me infertile. 

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The Fearless Girl's Tit Cancer w/ Bif Naked

And every day I am alive continues to be funny and fun. My heart still works, and my tit is still nice and quiet. Life gives us the weirdest gifts, and I will always be awestruck by how awesome it is. I will forever be the Fearless Girl, but having friends that move, motivate, uplift and inspire me like Brian, Jeremie, and Taylor, make me TRUST more, FEAR less, and LOVE LIFE MORE DEEPLY.

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T-T-T-TODAY JUNIOR: Severe Stutter

My name’s Matt, I’m 27 years old, and I have a severe stutter.  Stuttering is generally defined as a speech disorder where you involuntarily repeat or prolong sounds or syllables while speaking, in addition to moments where speech (again, involuntarily) has unnatural pauses or blocks.

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Half naked and Delirious

This whole experience, talking about my disability/condition/shit with Jeremie and the boys (even writing this) has been really cathartic and positive and helped me channel a lot of built-up angst and confusion into something positive.

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