Categories - Grief
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There Are No Instructions For Grieving

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Hello Lovely one, as I promised in my last post, today we are going to discuss – the first question- What makes you happy? Now I’m going to take a guess and you may respond – if I got back what I’ve lost. Unfortunately, that isn’t possible but everyone who has had the horror and Read more

The Why In Grief

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Oh lovely one.  So many days I struggle with the why.  Today I realized that my godson is graduating high school on June 2  and wow my mind instantly goes to the truth that I will never see my daughter graduate or get married or laugh or sing.  And I think … why? Why? The Read more

Find the Happy Today

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Throughout the journey of grief, more often happy becomes a taboo word, joy is non existent and somehow there is guilt when happiness is felt… Guilt for what? Many may ask.. but this guilt is due to having to live life, much less living life happy and content!!! It is imperative that life is lived Read more

Honor The Love

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The loss of my daughter Chloe still physically pains me if I think of it in depth.  Watching my child take her last breath is not anything I can describe in words, but I will state it’s the most pain I’ve ever felt physically and emotionally.  I wait for her. I really do, many days Read more

5 Ways To Be There For Someone Who Is Grieving

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Condolences is such an odd word…. I never liked it before I lost my daughter Chloe and my parents, now honestly I detest that word. I think that it’s because that word represents someone who doesn’t understand or care to understand grief. I am hoping this blog post may educate on how to be there for Read more

How To Show Up For Grief

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Often we believe that it’s some grand process when you show up for grief.  We believe that you decide today that you will be able to somehow grieve and then that’s it, it’s over.  No longer will you have to continue grieving and the challenges of facing that pain; that uncertainty.  Instead we must learn Read more

It’s Ok Not To Be Ok

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I am not ok, in 2010 my dad died very suddenly – from one day to the next he was gone and although my mom was physically still there with me – she died with him. I went on to find out I was expecting a baby, I was going to be a mom. As Read more