Nature or Nurture: Insomnia and What We Pass On to Our Children
“How do I teach her letting go, when my hands are still gnarled in the shape of everything I’ve ever lost?”
right this second,
This is your fault,
Settle down, you need to rest.Be careful. Don’t hurt yourself.
I am so good the way I am. I want to raise my children just like me—
Lindsay King-Miller’s writing has appeared in Glamour Magazine, Bitch Magazine, Cosmopolitan.com, Vice.com, and numerous other publications. She lives in Denver with her partner, their daughter, and two very spoiled cats. She is the author of Ask A Queer Chick (Plume, 2016). You can follow her on Twitter @askaqueerchick.
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