Thoughts from the Blog

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Grief in the Time of Isolation

I don’t have to tell you how difficult these past weeks have been now that we’re isolated in our homes. Without the distractions of everyday life, events and trips to plan,

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Kevin's Mother

How to Lose a Mother

Something happened to me today, more like it happened about 15 minutes ago, and I’d like to share this with others who will lose their mother.  The title of this piece

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In Grief

On Grief

I am learning to let the waves come. I let them take hold of my heart and I embrace the pain with a full surrender that makes my eyes blink back

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Rock concert

Eleven Months

Grief in the Time of COVID-19 My husband Victor died by suicide on January 11, 2019. He was 67 and we had been married for 30 years.  Victor and I first

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Funeral Rocks

The Look of Death was a Gift

Some of us know the look of death in someone who is going to die.  We know it’s coming on a face we’ve known. We know without needing to think about it.

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