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Dating After the Loss of a Spouse

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The More We Know About Heaven, The More Love We May Carry With Our Losses

There isn’t one thing that I could say that would ease your pain that you carry because the physical presence of your loved one who has Graduated to Heaven is no longer here.  You miss their smile, their touch, their physical presen


Ten Things I Never Expected From Grief

Because we knew that my daughter was dying, I believed I was prepared for grief. I was wrong. No matter how much we prepare, everything changes. These aspects of grief surprised me.

1. Losing time

Memories of my dad

The phone rang it was 8pm and it was my dad.He said do not worry I am ok I will be home in about an hour, he said I love you and I said I love you too. That was going to be the last time I saw him. The phone rang at 10:30 my husband picked up the phone and When he hung up, my husband said do u trust me?

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.

Meeting Others In Their Pain

Today, the five of us sat at the table, eating lunch and talking about death. Sometimes laughing and at other times in tenuous, heavy tones— we talked about what we’d want our funerals to look like and how we felt about the ones we’d been to. I’m not sure how the conversation led us to this place, but I’m also not sorry it did. At some point, in some way, death will touch us all.

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