Is it okay to talk to the person who died? Talking to deceased loved ones is part of grieving and healing grief.  When someone dies, the relationship with that person that does not die. Thus, it is natural to continue a dialogue. In fact, grief help in the form of talking silently in your head […]

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Everyone has to be their own hero and live life their own way, it is no one’s decision. If we have loved ones who are sick and battling cancer, we can not tell them how to fight it but we can support them. We can love them, encourage them, and stand by their side as […]

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  In the beginning, your pain is so unbearable and unbelievable, you may wonder if you can go on; but you can, and will go on. You don’t need to do anything, but get through one hour at a time. You don’t need to look ahead. Simply focus on the present moment. As the hours […]

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One of the hardest things about losing a parent is knowing that no one will ever love you or be as concerned about you in quite the same way.  A parent’s love for their child is like no other and coming to the realization that “No one will ever love me like my mom or […]

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Give a set of tea light candles to other family member and invite them to join you in a day of remembrance, whether Christmas, a birthday, or anniversary of loss. Include a special poem or a few carefully chosen words that can be said, when the candles are lit. Knowing others are paying tribute to […]

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