Losing a parent to cancer is a deeply saddening experience. There are all kinds of tools for coping with anticipatory grief, but here are some tips I hope to share with you to keep you grounded as you go through this difficult time with your loved one.
For two hours, the three of us—Death, my mother and I shared the room. Following are some insights Death shared about himself throughout our conversation. They impressed me.
If you're like most people, you love your father and have a lifetime of cherished memories. This hub shares the author's intimate memories of her father's last years and what it meant to be a special part of his life. Be sure to keep your kleenex handy!
The death of a parent is one of the most difficult events we face in life. In the moment that it happens we often think it is the end of our own life. In a way the loss of a father or mother is the end of life as we know it but it is also a new...
My Father passed away recently. I am sad that he is gone, but I am glad that he is out of pain. This is a story about my Dad's life and how I coped with his death.
The unconditional love of my mother was irreplacable. While mom was alive, she was a model wife, mother, and homemaker who brought a lot of warmth and happiness into the home. We all miss you mom.
The call came in the middle of the night. I don't know how they tracked me down, but they did. I was twenty years old and serving in the military. I'm sure they didn't find my phone number anywhere among my father's things, as we didn't have...
Mom was diagnosed with a terminal illness. She did not die on her own terms but through faith, offered her suffering to the Lord.
As her mother is dying, a daughter reminisces about the greatest lessons her mother taught her in life. This special tribute will tug at heart strings as the author explores important life lessons imparted to her by this gracious woman who raised 10 children.
How do you cope with death and bereavement? When my mother and father died I was distraught but time is a great healer. Learn how to deal with death and move on with your life.