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Much Obliged

It is a warm August morning in 2000, and I am sitting in the car parked just outside the small brick barber shop. It is set apart from the school on one side and the fire department equally distant on the other. 997 more words

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Little Disasters: Randall Klein

Randall Klein’s debut novel, Little Disasters, is told through the voices of two men: Michael and Paul. These two very different men are connected by the fact that their wives each gave birth on the same day, at the same Brooklyn hospital. 865 more words

Fiction

Grief, Strength, and Time

As I enter the summer season,  a new and unfamiliar feeling teems within my soul…deep within my heart…leaving me feeling particularly unsettled. I’m not sure how to explain this new feeling as it is something I have never experienced before. 1,097 more words

Dealing With Loss

Faith: The Death of a Child

God, through Jesus Christ, is what we hope for and His presence is the evidence, though unseen, of our eternal trust in Him.

Dr. Henri Whitfield… 1,593 more words

Child's Death

The Facade of Control

 I thought about you today…just like I do every single day. I was driving down the road, headed to the store. On my way, I passed a car wash that was named , “The Buggy Wash”. 1,198 more words

Dealing With Loss

Unforgiving Grief in a Normal World

I am 3 weeks away from the 2nd year anniversary, and I feel so lost. Grieving the loss of my son has been the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. 1,260 more words

Dealing With Loss

Losing a child...year seven

I almost made it without writing this. Here is that day again, the day that reminds me that I lost my son, my only son, my youngest child, seven years ago today. 362 more words

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