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Always Remembering Amy

Today is my personal devastation day. Time does not heal all wounds. I am forever grateful for every minute Amy was here but there are no words to describe what life without her has done to my life. 31 more words


Reality (A Poem)

I live for the morning and

Die every day

Into the twilight I am born

Held close to the tender breast of night

Cradled in the cool and silent spaces between. 10 more words

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I Would Rather Be Ashes than Dust

Jack London has always been, will always be, one of my favorite writers. His style is terribly manly, his subjects hubris-filled survivalists. I remember listening to his short story, “To Build a Fire,” in Mr. 925 more words

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I never listen to music any more. It’s talk radio or sports radio I tune to when I’m in my car. Music “speaks to my soul” and I relate every song to Ben and/or memories of long ago when I was young and naive. 234 more words

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

It Begins Where It Ended

What do you do when you have thousands of words, multitudes of conversations  and six-thousand questions all flying around in your head; in no certain direction; without a path? 298 more words

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Trusting Life After the Loss Of A Child

This week as I sat in my grief counselor’s office, I confessed I no longer trust life. In less than one week, I will have existed for two years without my beloved daughter. 821 more words