A child’s memory of their departed loved one will fade fast if they don’t make the effort to remember. A young child hasn’t had the luxury of time with their loved one and the years and years of memories that you may have stored away. For example, a 5-year-old may only have one or […]

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One of the most valuable personality traits is the ability to openly and truthfully express our feelings. How many times have you walked away from a situation thinking, ‘I wish that person knew how I really feel’? For some reason, it seems that when it really matters most, that’s when it’s the most difficult to […]

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Can you imagine your last wish being, “I wish I could spend one more day at the office”? The second most common regret people have about life, according to Nurse Bronnie Ware is spending too much time working. Although there are greater implications with regards to the amount of time we spend working, it’s definitely […]

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Children have a tendency to feel “forgotten” and slightly neglected in the wake of a loved one’s death. Suddenly the attention has shifted from them to the departed. As a parent, it’s not something you should feel guilty about, it’s just something that tends to happen as a natural reaction to your loss. One way […]

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Very few things are as painful or devastating as the loss of a child. There is no love like the love you feel for your child, so to lose that child is nothing short of a tragedy. Then what do you do for someone who has experienced such a loss? It seems like nothing you say or […]

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