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Dating After the Loss of a Spouse

Dating After the Loss of a Spouse

ANGER - When We Feel Like We Might Explode

“I might explode! I don’t think I’ve ever been this angry, not even close!” Mandy said, staring out the window with her hands on her hips.

Grandpa For You...

Your life learning lessons are cherished and earned
I'm forever grateful you taught me not to get burned
From age three, I watched you and learned a lot about life
I'll cherish those grandpa so I don't get cut by sharp edge knife
I won't ever let anyone treat me less than best
Thank you grandpa for all you taught me
Now it's time for you to Rest
RIP

I Feel Lost

 

“I feel like a shadow. I’m a fraction of my former self. The days go by, and I hardly notice them. Everything is a foggy blur,” Wendy shared.

10 Things Only A Griever Understands

Almost 28 months.....

Almost 28 months.....

Almost 28 months I have lived without Brian here with me. 28 months I have taken deep breathes holding onto the strength he left behind for me.

Grief Confusion - When We Don't Know Which Way is Up

"I don't know which end is up. I'm so confused," Donna said.

How to Deal with the Exhaustion of Grief

Why Is Life So Hard? Am I Doing It Wong?

I have written many articles with the intention of healing those whom read them. This article has that very intention as well. If anything written within this article challenges your Faith or Beliefs, please know that is never my intention. I am absolutely respectful of the Faith and Beliefs of others. 

What Not To Say To Grieving Parents

I think that at funeral homes and hospitals there should be pamphlets in the waiting areas and lobbies on what should never be said to a parent who has lost a child, whether it’s an unborn baby, an infant, a toddler, a teen, or an adult child.

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