A chaplain describes her conversations about basketball with a boy nearing death. Why basketball…?
Her father died when she was a girl. In this story, she talks about her grief group. It was a place she could rest for a minute…where there was color and light in a dark time.
Losing a child is a primal fear for most parents. In this story, a mother who lost her baby talks about how she related to people after this loss, and she talks about what kind of attention she wanted…and didn’t want.