The anniversary of the Marathon may make people feel as if it’s time for closure, but the truth is each person recovers from loss at a different pace.
Janna Malamud Smith
Janna Malamud Smith is a psychotherapist and writer. Her latest book is “An Absorbing Errand: How Artists and Craftsmen Make Their Way to Mastery.” She addresses child care issues in her earlier book, “A Potent Spell.”
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Should we care? Yes. But mostly because the public importance of this tale is separate from the people involved.
It is a time to honor the Newtown families — as they have asked us to — by turning away, and lowering our collective gaze.
New research has confirmed what the author’s father, the writer Bernard Malamud, always knew to be true.
When the only solution is arguably as atrocious as the evil it seeks to halt.
Why we need an independent agency to govern our privacy rights.
We cannot continue to strand parents between unreasonable work demands and inadequate child care resources.