FATHERHOOD was tough for me in 2014, because there were moments in which it was impossible to laugh. There was the moment when I had to explain to my 10-year-old son that I couldn’t buy him an Airsoft pistol, because someone could mistake it for a real gun and tragedy might ensue. I had no idea at the time that…

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NO ONE WILL be there to hug you in a coffin when you leave this unforgiving world. Nor will they care that you lived and died in an environment where it was easier to get a gun than a home cooked meal. Some nights I scroll the social media hashtags trying to find something opulent and…

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I HAVE ALWAYS believed that grief is personal. Grief is one of those things that you kinda have to handle on your own. No one can tell you how long you should grieve, how you should grieve, or what you should grieve about. Or at least that’s how I’ve always felt it should work. There’s also…

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