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Beautiful song: A song about the relationship between life and death.

Bio: Allen Morgan offers songs received by him...


When I was 13 years old, in 1970, my whole world fell apart. My mother and two younger sisters were killed in an Air Canada plane crash.

All 109 people on board were killed that day.

My mother’s name was Rita. She was 39.  My sister’s names were Carla and Wendy. They were 11 and 8.

I wasn’t on the plane because I was already in California. I had gone a week earlier with...


A few days ago I received a text from a woman I was on friendly terms with back in Vermont.  She is a more than just an acquaintance but not quite in my inner circle.  We all have people like that in our lives.  They fill the spaces between family and close friends and make up the majority of the patch work that is our own personal community.  If it weren’t...


Until four members of my family died in 2007 grief resources weren’t on my radar screen. But multiple losses changed the focus of my work and I began writing grief recovery articles and books. As I learned at The Compassionate Friends conferences, I’m in the company of hundreds of bereaved authors – maybe thousands.

Everyone experiences grief, so it’s logical to think the demand for...


                                      Grieving and Growing Through Traumatic Loss

              I just completed a counseling session with a mother whose only son was murdered in Los Angeles in 1994. The killer was never apprehended.  Jennie (a...


Sometimes it’s the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.  Keri Russell

We can watch the news on television; we can listen to our radio or read it on our computers. All the news about the negativity of our...


Shortly after Daniel died, a co-worker of my husband's gave us a book.  The book was accounts of local parents who had lost children in various ways. One of the women shared how she lost a son 40 years ago to neuroblastoma, the same...


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