Every two weeks or so, I publish an essay from an emerging writer. This week’s essay, “Knee Deep,” is from Sandy Silverman. Sandy is a writer and psychotherapist. She is currently writing a memoir about the connections between her work as a psychotherapist, her family history of traumatic loss and her experiences as a queer parent. She lives with her partner in the Hudson Valley and has a psychotherapy practice based in New York City. This essay was edited by Meg Pillow.
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