I asked everyone to leave the room. They said that we only had an hour left and I wanted the last hour to be ours. I got into bed with her and slowly put my hand on her arm. I ...
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I believe, that grief changes. I believe, that grief lessens. I believe, that grief itself does indeed get easier. As the full out meltdowns seem to become a thing of the past, and the gut wrenching tears become less frequent, ...
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Did you know that widows feel shame?  Did you know that widowers feel shame? I just realized this. As I was driving to hospice bereavement last week it hit me like a ton of bricks. Sometimes when I speak about ...
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I talked to many social workers during the two and a half years that Michelle was sick.  We spent so much time in the hospital between the surgeries, the treatments, etc. that while she was sleeping I would often ask ...
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For all those who talk about their late loved one.  For all those who talk about their loss. This is why we talk about them. **Hint:  It is NOT for attention** We talk about them because we love them.  In ...
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I think that anybody who has followed me from the start or takes the time to read my work will agree that my writings are an expression of true love, raw grief and an undying hope for a better tomorrow. This post is ...
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