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A New Pair of Glasses

Recently I saw a video clip of a man receiving a new pair of sunglasses. He was a 66-year-old body builder, the epitome of a real tough guy. 593 more words



We often wonder how the death of child affects his siblings. Or, at least, bereaved parents often wonder.

Are they okay? What do they think? Do they remember him? 323 more words


I'll Save You

I’ve been having very vibrant dreams lately. They are filled with worry and they have one unifying theme…I am trying to save Johnathan.

I would always tell Johnathan that nothing bad could happen to him because mama would never let it. 427 more words


My Promise Died and You Want Me to Trust You Again?

I hesitated to write on this topic because it is very emotional for me. As the anniversary date quickly approaches, I softly prepare my heart to avoid the anxiousness that often comes during this time. 962 more words

Loss Of A Child

"Oh yeah, there's the second half of that conversation."

The other day, I was at the Cube Farm the other day when the subject of a co-worker came up. This person, who I will call Michael, is an older man who on his best days looks like Agent Gibbs after being tortured in Paraguay for a couple of months. 531 more words

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How I Overcame Grief: My Moment of Hitting Rock Bottom

I laid on the couch staring at the television. I hadn’t moved in hours, the cushions had left creases on my arm. My eyes shifted to the dust on the end table, it had been there for weeks. 1,799 more words

Underlying Sadness 

From last spring. The losses I’ve experienced no longer cause me daily pain. Instead, I long for Home in ways I never had before.

“In grief support groups, parents often speak of an unending sadness. 43 more words