Tomorrow I have the opportunity to visit our son’s 32 year old grave. Each time I come to the little bench that sits under the shading oak next to his… Read more Anticipating the Resurrection →
Here comes another cultural holiday that adds to our grieving pain . . . ~ The love and hugs holiday ~ Valentines. Are you wondering what to do with your… Read more God’s Valentine to the Grieving Heart →
She slowly and robotically began setting the Thanksgiving table. No joy or happiness could be found in the plans and preparations for this once anticipated holiday. Sorrow and emotional suffering… Read more An Empty Chair, or Not →
6 Great Reasons to Journal Your Grief Experiences “I have never processed anything by writing about it,” he said. “That was so powerful. I think I am making progress.” When… Read more Why Not Journal? →
She is a freer child because she sat on a horse, was honest with her feelings, and answered a few questions.
Every once in awhile I come across another author who allows the words in his heart to say what I really need to hear, know or understand. A few days… Read more When You Can’t Wait for Heaven →
I spent the 4th of July on a boat party hosted by John,* a recent widower. My brother in law, Dennis,* is one of John’s best friends. Here is what… Read more Independence Day Grief →