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When We Lose Someone in Pieces

Grief is an individual adventure. No two people are the same. Every person, every relationship is unique. So is every loss.

Each death or loss comes with its own special challenges. Losing a person in pieces over time is no exception.

Smile Because It Happened

Smile Because It Happened

PAIN UNDER THE HEART

“Gary, I’m calling about our dad, Sal. He’s not doing well. Can you talk to him?” Steve asked.

Sal lost his wife, Millie, to Alzheimer’s. They had been married 55 years. No wonder he wasn’t doing well.

“One word of warning,” Steve continued. “Dad doesn’t take well to strangers, so I don’t know how this is going to go.”

Mourning for a Sister I Had But Didn’t Have

I worshipped her and her remarkable powers – her ability to read, to ride a two-wheeler, to talk intelligently, and to entertain.

 

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