When we allow grief to do its work, we experience a wide range of emotions, both negative and positive, as our lives adjust themselves to the loss we have experienced.
The loss of a child is incomprehensible. As I share my personal loss I reveal the conflicts of emotions and a wake up call to what should not be said to a grieving parent.
There is no cure for grief when we lose someone we love, but there are ways to cope with loss.
If you have experienced the tragic loss of a baby, whether through stillbirth or loss in the NICU, you should not feel alone.If you just want to help or sympathize with someone who has lost their baby, this article may give you some insight.
Grief visits all of us at some point in our lives. We each deal with it in our own way, and, knowing how awful we felt when we last were grieving, it’s only natural that we try to comfort our friends when we see them in pain. Here are some things that you shouldn’t say, why you shouldn’t say...
We sense loss when someone close leaves us. The process of bereavement is necessary to cope and regain a healthy life. This mother-daughter story is offered as part of that process.
My father's been gone for three years due to alcoholism. This year marks what has likely been the most difficult Fathers' Day for too many dads or their kids.
Grief and Alcohol were two "demons" that incapacitated me, preventing me from living a full, happy life. I found my way free. Here is how. If I could do it, so can you.
You know, we sometimes go through life accepting that which we know and love is a part of life that is lasting. As a child, we often do not think of death, for ourselves or those close to us. Death is something that happens to people we do not know...
Written By: Jaclyn Popola When my mother was a little girl three years of age, she remembers riding her tricycle on the sidewalk in front of her house and saying to herself in Spanish, "Andale! Andale bicicleta!" No one in her family spoke...