Category Archives: Bereaved Parents

GUILT…….the silent kind!! :/

So I just want to take up a little bit of time to an emotion in this grieving process that I assumed I had skipped or maybe in a way I just…

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“I don’t know how to scream on paper.” ~ Steve Fugate

As I was scrolling through Facebook today, I came upon this fellow’s site.  When I read his “my story” section, the above quote jumped out at me.  It occurs to me that as I recommend journaling to my clients, I … Continue reading

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Grieving In This Beautiful World

Originally posted on MourningAmyMarie:
Before Devastation Day, I never gave the word grief much thought. Yes, I have mourned other loved ones but the physical and emotional ambush that descended upon my mind, body and soul when my Amy passed…

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A Reblog…For Grieving Parents…

I’m reblogging a post from a bereaved mom who writes with such authenticity and transparency that it will both break your heart and expand your heart.  Please, if you are a grieving parent, or know one, or are curious what … Continue reading

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Wednesday Wisdom: Winter

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For Bereaved Parents and those who love them…

This is so powerfully and authentically stated.  Losing a child is truly a wound that never heals.  She’s right when she says the sharpness wears off, but it’s always always present.  One client once said it’s the underpinning of her … Continue reading

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