"Whatever you do, don’t shut off your pain; accept your pain and remain vulnerable. However desperate you become, accept your pain as it is, because it is in fact trying to hand you a priceless gift: the chance of discovering, ...
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"Is the second year after your spouse's death harder than the first year?" my widowed friend asked me over lunch a few weeks ago. I struggled to find words to answer her question. How could I answer her? It took ...
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Are you feeling stuck in your grief? Perhaps nothing seems to be going right at the moment, and you believe that you don’t know what you should do next. Well … that may just be the truth that you are ...
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Shortly after my husband died, I clearly remembered an experience he related to me years ago. He was a child at church class and was asked to give the class roll to an adult. He left his classroom and tracked ...
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By your loss, you have been transported into a world gone awry and nothing seems to make sense anymore. Consequently, you might question the meaning of life and death. In truth, this has been a question most have pondered – and ...
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Note: This was originally posted in April 2013 at FunHasArrived.com FHA stands for "Fun Has Arrived", my husband's self-given nickname. Last week, I moved my wedding band from my left ring finger to my right ring finger. For many, this ...
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