What Loren Jade Smith’s story teaches us about how to respond to victims.
Everyone says to know your “why.” When it comes to your fears, the “why” is irrelevant. I’ll explain.
I’m sitting on a train, tensing in fear. So I’m digging it up and laying it out. Warning: this is raw and vulnerable.
As the subway pulls in to Grand Central, I adjust my shoulder bags and get ready to sprint. I am trying to make the 11:37 am train to Larchmont to help my brother-in-law with my twin nieces for the day, while my sister is away on business. The onTime Metro North app, which I use to check […]