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10 A.D.

It’s coming, I can just see it around the corner of my mind. It’s not so much seeing as knowing. I can’t bear the thought of seeing it full on. 214 more words

Mr Perfect

A greater reason, if you must...

We survived – we really didn’t expect anything less because “life goes on”, at least that’s what we keep hearing.  What I learned on Monday is that the only difference between August 10 and any other day is August 10 is the only day that I recalled almost every moment of August 10, 2014.  723 more words

Parent Grief

August 10; one year.

I thought of preparing something to write for today but I had serious struggles.  I suppose just speaking in the moments works just as well.  I’ve taken comfort in my home over the past year because leaving the house means being surrounded by people who are blissful.   297 more words

Parent Grief

Guest blog from Delores, a bereaved parent.

I have been keeping kind of a journal and wanted to share my thoughts. I hope some of it will help someone realize their feelings are very natural. 1,004 more words

Coping With A Child's Death


Almost a year after Jerritt’s death I keep hearing about that thing they call healing.  “It’s part of the healing process,” they tell me.  I think about a time in 2010, or maybe it was 2009, I was chopping some parsley and I suddenly cut off a small corner tip of my left index finger.  470 more words

Parent Grief

Bridgeport, July 4, 2014

We spent last year celebrating in Bridgeport.  A friend told us about the festivities in this small town and it sounded like something that we all would really enjoy.   755 more words

Parent Grief