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Let Me Help You With The Healing Of A Tragic Passing

  Tragedy Passings are some of the most difficult passings to heal from.  We wonder if our loved one suffered at the time of their passing and because we place so much focus upon the moment of their passing, it is as if we are stuck in that moment, trying to i

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

Loving the Missing

I recently visited my daughter Hannah's grave.  I have not been there for many years.  I do what I always do. I lay on the grass and remember her hands.  
 
My sister Laura helps me wash and decorate the gravestone.  We eat a picnic and share memories of Hannah.

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

SHE NEVER CARED FOR FLOWERS

SHE NEVER CARED FOR FLOWERS

A Letter to Mama, if you're reading...

Mom,

If I'd Only Known......

                                       If I'd Only Known......

the dead parents club

 

this is my family.

from left to right, it goes:

me, dad, mom, sister, sister, brother.

this photo was taken last christmas.

since then, i've join the dead parents club.

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