Monthly Archives: October 2018

Mom Shares Late Daughter’s Poem About Heroin Addiction [Video]


It was a parent’s worst nightmare for Brian and Bridget Farrell when their daughter Delaney, 23, OD’ed from heroin and died recently. Source: Mom Shares Late Daughter’s Poem About Heroin Addiction [Video]

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The Failure to Commemmorate a Death Anniversary


When the date isn’t noticed, what does that say about grief? Source: The Failure to Commemmorate a Death Anniversary

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Moving on After Death of Spouse – Heartache To Healing


Soon after my husband’s death, some astute couples, who knew that I would miss the routine Saturday night dates, continued to invite me out to join friends. Source: Moving on After Death of Spouse – Heartache To Healing

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Healing our Global Grief – Therése Tappouni


Healing Global Grief in Today’s Climate of Hate. We can’t heal what we don’t name, and our sickness is not stress, it is greif. What can e do to heal it? Source: Healing our Global Grief – Therése Tappouni

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A Dress Rehearsal for the End of Life – The New York Times – Shared via Judy Graham


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Grief at Halloween: It’s Spooky Scary – What’s Your Grief


I’m just going to say it, I don’t love Halloween. Please don’t be mad at me and TP my house or … Source: Grief at Halloween: It’s Spooky Scary – What’s Your Grief

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Stories from a Hospice Chaplain: Ann O’Shea – YouTube


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