A Certain Kind of Freedom

A Certain Kind Of Freedom is a story about loss, letting go, and moving on. 

An express-post card from the Maltese Islands informs a Prince Edward Island mother, Catherine, that her 21 year old son Ryan has suddenly died. Her partner, Charlie, finds Catherine on the floor in their kitchen as her mind recoils against the terrible news. In her agony, Catherine compares Ryan to the World War II Spitfire pilots of Malta. He died on an island that is no stranger to losing young men in the prime of their lives.

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You Can't Go Back

It's true, what they say. You can't really go back. But you can go forward by trying to go back. Errr… What I mean to say is that sometimes healing comes from the most unexpected places, including... the past. Confused? Read on.

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