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Desolation – n. A state of complete emptiness; Anguished misery.
Degree - n. Any of a series of steps or stages.
Nothing wreaks havoc on the body like grief. Loaded like a ballistic missile, it hits a target and leaves in it’s wake, a sublethal dose of desolation. This isn’t a normal kind...Comments
Today we talk with Amy Levine, who designs and implements programs and...Comments
You came across the water
With destruction on your mind
Thinking nothing of the heartaches
And broken dreams you'd leave behind
The empty chair it stares at me,
that empty chair at the table.
We'd love to sit back down,
but I just don't think we're able.
It began in October of 2010, I got a phone call saying my mom had been taken to the hospital because they thought she might of had a stroke, they kept her for a few days and then left her come home. On Nov. 6th, her boyfriend took her to the hospital, were she was admitted to the hospital once again because she spiked a fever of a 106, they...Comments
The Power in Pain
March 1,2013 will mark the 10th angelversary of my 18-year-old daughter Jeannine’s death. At times, I wonder how I made it ten minutes, much less ten years. During my early grief, I never thought I would experience joy again, nor did I ever believe...Comments