Cultivating a Relationship as Co-parents After Separation*

A couple years ago, the garden in front of the building where I live had to be dug up. The rock wall was crumbling, and was no longer safe. The construction destroyed flowering bushes that had been there for years, and wildflowers that attracted bees and butterflies. It was really sad. The work took longer than expected, and that winter, the mice that had lived in the garden wall found their way into our home, ate our food, and nested in our walls. I felt like I was at war with rodents, which made it harder to accept the end of the garden that was. Two years later, new plants are growing, and the mice are gone. The transition was hard, and I still sometimes miss the plants that were t

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