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Losing a Parent

10 Things Only A Griever Understands

Coping with the Loss of a Parent

Sad vs. Suicidal: “Normal” vs. Complicated Grief

The Letter Every Caregiver Should Write

The Letter Every Caregiver Should Write

No One Said a Word

My dad died suddenly during Spring Break my sophomore year of high school. My family had disintegrated a few years before, and he was my world. I was stunned, and numb.

When A Loved One Passes To Heaven, What Happens To Them?

The Moment that we pass from the Physical World to Heaven, we are immediately filled with love. If you took the most love that you have ever felt in your entire life and multiply it by infinity, then, you may then begin to understand the feeling of Heaven.

When Holidays Hurt: 3 Survival Tips

Ah, the holidays.

Halls, houses, and lawns are decked with festive decorations. Kitchens are filled with delightful, savory aromas. The air is laced with laughter, familiar music, and the tinkling of Salvation Army bells. 

The holiday spirit is everywhere. 

Secondary Losses: Why Grief is So Hard & Lasts So Long

I find that most grievers are surprised by their grief. By the depth of it, the longevity of it, and the inflexibility of it.

Holidays Can Be the Most Trying - New Tradition Ideas!

The holidays can be a very difficult time for those who are grieving. Many bereaved have difficulty understanding and managing their grieving process. This may be because the holidays are a reminder of the people who should be at the holiday table, but are not. Their absence remains, even as the years pass.

Ashes Release Prayer Poem

As the wind picks up your ashes

And they fly throughout the air

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