How you and your family can look out for each other when a loved one is sick.
Changes and choices.
Twitter fingers, solid friends, and feeling germy.
Hospitals, Harry Styles, and the last week of high school.
“No one had ever told me that they loved my disability before.”
A new diagnosis, and people-watching related revelations.
Opting out of the school-stress Olympics.
When my mom got breast cancer, I wanted to do anything I could to make her feel better.
I don’t want to let go of her, but how can I hold on?
I dealt with mortality at the ripe age of 13.
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