I love you — but. Joe Paterno’s death and our most complicated emotion.

joe patererno, loss of a loved one, ambivalence, deathIn the early revolution of inner discontent about something or someone, ambivalence doesn’t get a comforting nod of knowing from others who privately feel the same.  Ambivalence is at first a maverick, uncomfortable and unsettled and lonely. It never invites others to join the revolution until enough people say it’s okay — and then the shouting rolls out from every doorway and blog.  Read more…

Photo credit: David Castillo Dominici

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