Just Because You See No Tears… The poem below was published by Compassionate Friends, and shows the silent anguish a mother feels as she grieves for her child.  So you don’t feel as alone as this mother does, please find support for yourself.  If possible, find a confident or a helpful friend, who you […]

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  The mention of my child’s name May bring tears to my eyes, But it never fails to bring …Music to my ears. If you are really my friend, Let me hear the beautiful music of his name. It soothes my broken heart And sings to my soul. ~ Author Unknown (From The Compassionate Friends) […]

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  Forget me not – A Poem of Remembrance  My little one You have left us too soon Though my body can no longer hold you I hold you forever in my heart As precious and beautiful as this flower caught in time A mother’s love does not forget poetry copyright 2005 Kimberly de Montbrun all […]

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Sometimes other people try to help you get out of your grief by offering advice or “constructive criticism.” They may admonish you to “get over it” or to “get back into life.” These comments can hurt. Remember, you have an insight into the grieving process that these people do not have. You know that the […]

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Read this message from a mom who lost a child, and you will know that it is better to ask, than say nothing at all….. Lets break the grief myth that it’s better not to ask. From Barbara Taylor Hudson  Someone asked me about you today. It’s been so long since anyone has done that. […]

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