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Decades ago, when I was a young mother with two little daughters, the Air Force sent my husband to Vietnam. A flight surgeon, he was commander of a base hospital in the central highlands. He was gone for a year, and during that year I grieved for him immensely. My anticipatory grief became worse as the months passed. Each day, I wondered if this would be the day men in uniform would appear at...



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Grief... it hurts, it's raw and it's a journey filled with feelings that can be extreme.

Often we don't want to feel these feelings. Often we resist them.

I found the more I resisted my painful feelings the more they persisted.  When I allowed my feelings to come through and then expressed them through my writing the healing began.


Jude xoxoxo




Filling our empty spaces with love

By Monica Jones

One of the feelings that we have when we lose someone close to our hearts, is the emptiness...


I wish you peace when you're feeling so, so sad

I wish you memories that'll make you smile

I wish you energy that'll last throughout your day

And the support you'll need for a while


I wish you...


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I have been through so many conflicts and pain in the past 5 months and 2 weeks: physical and emotional as a result of my loss. Just wanting to be with the love I have lost - unable to endure the pain that losing him has caused. The daily agony of every second, every minute, every day that he is not with me.

Feeling I have had enough of this life now, that I have nothing more to give to...


When someone dies, many people feel the need to express their condolences. It is only polite, after all. However, it’s not easy to come up with the right thing to say in such an awkward situation. It often turns the most eloquent person into a babbling annoyance who says the wrong thing at the wrong time.

One of the common platitudes that people offer is “Let me know if there’s anything...


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