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How to help a child with grief

How to help a child with grief…plus, what is the “caretaker” role in a family?…plus, how to heal from childhood reactions arising in marriage

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Today, I hear your laughter in the skies, and I know you are the reason the sun shines a little brighter, the air smells a little sweeter and our hearts feel a little heavier, with all the love you shared…you always were and will forever be the best Dadubhai… 114 more words


Dearest Maman, My Darling Mum,

61 isn’t that old. Not by today’s standards. In fact, for women, the age of retirement is no longer 60, it now matches the age of retirement for men. 663 more words


You should be here

An impromptu on death and loss, for the first time. <3

As I look around, I see what has become my normal. 

A new place, a new mind – since you’ve gone away. 245 more words


A Bath Chair

Currently, my #4 is sick. We did an emergency room visit. She got checked out. The doctor gave a script for nebulizer medications and off we went. 383 more words


As you dwindled on the pyre

Sparks flew higher and higher.

Then one brave spark came to me

I watched it flicker, it was all I could see. 68 more words



Grief is not a disorder, a disease or sign of weakness. It is an emotional, physical and spiritual necessity, the price you pay for love. The only cure for grief is to grieve.

Earl Grollman