Becky Womack

Becky Womack is a retired teacher with an M.A. from the University of Mississippi and additional graduate hours from Western Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky. Over a career spanning 45 years, she has worked with developmentally delayed toddlers in Gulfport, Mississippi; middle school students in Nashville, Tennessee; high school students in Dallas, Texas; and community college students in Lexington, Kentucky. She has taught language arts, composition, literature, freshman success strategies, self efficacy skills, and women's studies. Her understandings about grief have arisen from the addiction and pain of family members and friends. Her husband died of a narcotics overdose in 2003. Having worked with students for decades on their writing, she is now finding time for her own.


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Is All Grief the Same? Grieving to Scale

Is all grief the same? Daily, I tend a one-eyed guinea pig.  She used to see her world just fine, but a recent scuffle with an older pig rendered her […]

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