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When someone we love dies, the world as we once knew it no longer exists. We find ourselves on a journey..
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More» Sitting on the plane from Seattle to Anchorage, my heart was a mix of emotions.
More» A few months after the suicide death of my beloved husband Ian, my academic side..
More» Oshkosh Defense, America's leading provider of tactical wheeled vehicles for our armed forces, has generously supported TAPS..
More» After your loved one died, did you find yourself saying things such as: I should’ve, I shouldn’t have, If only, I wish I would’ve, or why didn’t I?
More» During my lifetime I have endured a few severe winters, eagerly looking forward to spring.
More» Grief is both my friend and my enemy. My friend, because it is always with me, ever present. It can also be my enemy because it gives me no warning..
More» The prospect of attending college, secondary education, or trade school is an exciting time..
More» Safe enough to cry, safe enough to laugh, safe enough to share dreams. Twenty years ago, one of those dreams became a reality..
More» During the dark times in our lives our hearts build up walls as a way to protect us from further pain.
More» Nicki Bunting may be a busy single mom to two active little boys, but she also cares about helping others and wants to give back to the community.
More» I often say that when words are inadequate, we should turn to ritual.