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When I conduct workshops and stand in front of grieving military families, I stand not only as an Art Therapist, but as a mother who...
More» I vividly remember when my husband died. My children were four...
More» Written in short easy-to-read sections, this book is uplifting and contains many concrete suggestions for those grieving.
More» This article reprinted with permission from Hospice Foundation of America’s (HFA) monthly newsletter Journeys.
More» Summertime! School’s out, but that doesn’t mean that grief disappears.
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More» My grief journey began when my older son Julian was killed in Iraq on May 22, 2007. I knew that I wanted to do something positive in his honor...
More» When I first came to TAPS, I assumed the military or government was paying..
More» Co-conspirators. Confidants. Comrades. Alternately friend and foe. Two apples from the very same tree. That was us, my brother and me…
More» I first began to think about going crazy shortly after our son died. It seemed innocent enough in the beginning.
More» This magazine may well be in your hands because someone you love has died. I am so very sorry for your loss. You have been “torn apart” and have some very unique needs.
More» Whether it’s a regional Good Grief Camp or the national camp in DC, chances are you have seen the familiar face of one of our favorite Marines..