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    The open-air jeep seated eight, but more passengers hung off the back bumper ...

My dad’s legacy

Among the greatest gifts from my dad was the certainty that no argument between us ...

Creating space for Mother’s Day

  There, in a plain manilla envelope, I find a sheath of eight by ten ...

Have you Heard? Who Will Accompany You? now available as an audio book!

  I am thrilled to announce that Who Will Accompany You? My Mother-Daughter Journeys Far ...

Article about my new book: Who Will Accompany You? My Mother-Daughter Journeys Far From Home and Close to the Heart

My new book came out a couple of months ago, and this article appeared last ...

Pieces of Mom

My mom died about six weeks ago—immediately following my bike ride from Boston to New ...

The heart wants what it wants

Discussion wanted. This was the heading of the email from the social worker on the ...

In Honor of Mother’s Day

It’s hard not to lapse into platitudes when talking about mothers. Most of us have ...

Birthday in a covid-19 world

We celebrated our daughter Gale's 30th birthday today.  It was not what we had planned ...

Greeting new Christmas traditions

Usually the one to embrace new traditions when necessary, I had been worried about Christmas ...

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Meg is a licensed independent clinical social worker with over thirty-five years clinical experience. She holds a Master’s Degree from the Boston University School of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

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