April Moments

Maybe, just maybe, telling the story is just as important as the story itself


I never could’ve known

Dear Cecilia, When I was a young girl, “Back to the Future” was a popular movie. In it, Doc Brown insists to Marty that having information about his future can be “extremely dangerous.” In fact, he says, “No one should know too much about their destiny.” (Forgive the incorrect grammar in that quote.) I have […]

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Age-appropriate questioning

When I was a child, it was common for adults to ask me, “Do you have a boyfriend?” or “How many boyfriends do you have?” Lots of people asked me this – grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends of my parents. I hated it. Now, some of those same adults are raising these same types of questions […]

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