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almost 16 months ago my world came crashing down. You were one day gone the next. At first it was all I could do just to get the the day. I was alone two younge girls by my siide. No husband, no dad no helper no idea what todo. 

Days turned to weeks, weeks to months time went by slow at first. I cried every day. Lost could not figer out my. I stayed strong as I as i could not for me...

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We lost our beloved Greg on 1/21/2014 from pneumonia. He was our special Down Syndrome child so loveable and innocent. We love and miss him so much he was our life so funny and sweet. Don't know how to go on without him . We love you baby.

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This is an article I was asked to write to bring awarness to Factor V Leiden, blood clot disorder.  This is what Theresa died from and.  Everyone needs to be made aware of this disorder to prevent further deaths.  http://www.stoptheclot.org/blog/in-memory-of-theresa-...

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Grief can be described in best terms as being is like the ocean.. waves of water.

Small ripples that lap at your toes,

Then ones that rock you just a bit at your knees as you walk as little in, 

The bigger ones that topple over your head hit your stomach when it smacks against you 
and...

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By Harriet Hodgson  www.harriethodgson.com

Anticipatory grief is a feeling of loss before a death or dreaded event happens. When my husband’s aorta split at the end of October I felt intense anticipatory grief. He had three operations in less than a week. During the final, 13-hour operation he had a spinal stroke and his...

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I am thankful for the brilliant teachings contained in “The Afterlife of Billy Fingers” by Annie Kagan.  For me, Billy’s teachings are not just about life, death and the afterlife; they are about recognizing that every life has value, regardless of what is seen on the surface. With that being said, I am dedicating this piece to all of the chemically dependent individuals whose stories...

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