I sat down at my computer this afternoon to write an article for my Blog. I knew this date was approaching, but it didn’t fully hit me, until I looked at my computer screen and saw the date spelled out as Tuesday, September 17. That’s when I felt the knot in my chest. The date, […]
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Category: Grief Support
Support and encouragement for those who have lost their spouse or other significant person.
We’re born with it. It’s the ability to bounce back again and again when life knocks us down. Why are some people able to move on after a tragedy or traumatic experience, but others are not? Is there something superhuman about those of us who move on seemingly unscathed by an event that others cannot […]
On this date, thirty years ago, my family gathered to celebrate my dad’s upcoming 59th birthday. It was a Sunday afternoon and it was the last time I saw my parents and my sister Marjorie, alive. Two days later, they were gone. I won’t go into the tragedy surrounding their deaths or the trauma […]
Today, I am sharing an article from my friend, author Mary Francis. Mary has written a wonderful book, The Sisterhood of Widows. After twenty-seven years of marriage, at the age of 50, Mary became a widow. I hope that Mary’s words will bring comfort and encouragement to those of you who have experienced the loss […]