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When SADNESS Becomes a Way of Life

“I’m certain my tear ducts are empty. I’ve been a crying fool for weeks. I’ve wanted to wail and scream on many occasions, but I haven’t given myself permission yet,” Amanda said.

Grieving well takes a village, or at least a team

"Thanks to other people, I’ll make it. If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a team of brave hearts to help someone survive the loss of a child," Marge shared.

When Life Seems Meaningless

"I wander. I drift. I have no purpose. Everything feels meaningless," Mark said.

"Me too. I'm just here. That's all," Melanie added.

Will This Ever Get Any Better?

"Does it ever get any better? Everyone says I should be over this or further along." Annette said. 

They Miss Us, Too

They Miss Us, Too


They miss us, too, the ones who've gone before us,

crossed the bar or bought the farm,

ascended into heaven, kicked the bucket, in repose,

asleep in Christ, to glory graduated, gone to be with God

and all his angels, all those scrubbed and sweeter, silly, 

When Our Feelers Shut Down

“I’m just here. I go through the motions. People ask me how I’m doing. I shrug my shoulders. I don’t know. You tell me. How should I be doing?” Todd asked.

Can't We Skip the Holidays?

"Christmas? Thanksgiving was an emotional nightmare. Can't we just skip it this year? Where's the Grinch when you need him?" Glenn asked.

Sometimes I Hear You Say, "If Only"

Sometimes I hear you say “If only”

I hear you say, “If I had just…..”

I know you wish yourself to Heaven

When Both Parents and Kids are Grieving

"Our boys keep us sane and going. If it wasn't for them and my job, I would go crazy," Russell said. 

Finding the Safe, Helpful People We Need

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