“This time . . .”

The office didn’t have a smell. Not even an air freshener. Modular building. An indication of the immediacy of the need, and the amount of value the Army was placing in the mental health of its Soldiers. A temporary solution to a permanent problem. “You’re back in the gym more. You’ve said how much you … More…

In or Out

You’re in it, or you’re not. Whatever group you choose to belong to, whatever family, whatever faith or cult . . . You’re in it or you’re not. Once you’ve been vetted, once you’ve been proven, once you’ve earned your place, you begin to understand that belonging somewhere means distancing one’s self from other places. … More…