I used to be in the newspaper business. Not really, but that’s fun to say. Early in the pandemic, I was aching for connection. Not because I was suddenly stuck in lockdown, but because I had been feeling empty for such a very long time, and now everyone was sharing their feelings…
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Ambivalent motherhood and the joy of connection
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If a panic attack had an opposite, this is what it would feel like.
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and why is it so scary to acknowledge how we really feel, even to ourselves?
What happens when part of the breakdown in the social order happens in your own home, with your children? A story of school refusal in the pandemic age.
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Neurotransmitters, twitter, and coming to terms with this – right here, right now – being the life we have to live.
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This is Lost and Found, Mostly, a newsletter about trying to connect across the chasms of love, art, yearning, grief, and letting go.

Lost and Found, Mostly