Human Parts
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Human Parts

How Brains Process the Death of a Loved One

That brain fog happens for a reason

OOnce upon a time, not so long ago, before my husband died of cancer, I was a capable person. I could multitask the heck out of 14-hour workdays and juggle dozens of to-dos with efficiency.

I would go to the hardware store for item X and, while there, also remember to get items Y and Z.



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Heather McLeod

Writing about the illness & death of my young husband from cancer, grief, widowhood & this new, Plan B life.