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As we find our footing with group meetings during the
Our hour-long Faith & Grief support gatherings are meeting in-person
My Dad wasn’t into “ordinary.” He couldn’t remember a birthday and didn’t worry about what groceries to buy for the week. His role in life had always been “the rescuer.” You needed to move to another third floor apartment, my Dad had a truck and a strong back.
Partners in Grief Partners in grief - are you struggling
You may have seen the recent interview with Stephen Colbert by Anderson Cooper on CNN. If you haven’t, I highly encourage you to do so. It is a frank and compassionate conversation about grief between two people who have been shaped by their loss. The fact that these two successful people who have both experienced significant loss were so open about sharing their experiences was striking.
My mother was a difficult person. Not only did the
If you have not prayed for ways to survive the next five minutes, be thankful. I have, and it is tough.
The moment that you feel that, just possibly, you’re walking
Written by Amy Wilson Two years ago my husband, Heath,