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- Help Within A Stone April 1, 2016
- Living After A Child Dies January 10, 2016
- Looking Death in the Face – The Story of a Naïve Nurse October 8, 2015
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Busting Through Life and Death
Anne sits in the upholstered arm-chair in the front row of the visitation room at the local funeral home. Waiting for the funeral service to begin, she stares at the casket where a cascading blanket of red roses and her … Continue reading
Posted in death, family, funerals, Grief, grieving, Healing, Inspiration, Lessons from others, Relationships, Rituals and Traditions, The Gifts of Grief Tagged aunt, bust, candles, conductor, family, fun-loving, funeral, funeral home, German composer, grief work, memorial, music, pranksters, prost, Richard Wagner, siblings, sister, tradition, vacation Leave a comment
Has Grief Altered Your Family Tree?
Henry has every right to be embittered and negative about life. He grows up quickly becoming the man of the house for his mother and five younger siblings after his father dies when Henry is seventeen. He is a medic … Continue reading
Posted in Grief, In The Beginning, Lessons from others, Life's Losses, My story, The Gifts of Grief, Uncategorized Tagged acceptance, death, family tree, father, father-in-law, future, gift, grandson, grief, medic, remarry, resilient, siblings, sisters-in-law, son, tears, wedding, wife, WWII 3 Comments