Like clay on a potter’s wheel, we are continually sculpted into a work of art through our life experiences, including our grief journey.
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TAPS Magazine is dedicated to America's fallen heroes and their surviving families and friends.
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The articles in each edition are written by military survivors, grief professionals and TAPS staff. We hope you inspiration, comfort, support, resources and a sense of belonging within these pages.
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TAPS is so grateful for Lenzy's service to our country and willingness to share his talent as a photographer to help TAPS tell our story through images.
There are small reminders from our loved ones waiting this season to come softly and tap us on the shoulder and say, "I'm still here. I’m still walking with you."
Nine unique ways to change your perspective from one of grief and loss to one of hope and engagement.
TAPS Education Support Services is available to help you throughout the college and scholarship application process.
Hold your loved ones close to your heart with rich memories to warm your season. Allow yourself the energy to focus on a few small projects to bring cheer.
Solitude can offer a time of reflection that allows us to explore our thoughts and synthesize information, provides a time for rest, and can allow for growth.
We are a family of survivors sharing this journey together. We are so sorry for what brought you to us but are indeed glad you have found us.
But that’s the beauty of the Richard Tree. When people see it for the first time, the ornaments require the telling of moments in our son’s life.
Creating connection for a blended family builds a strong foundation for the future.
As we grieve, the need for continuity drives us to look beyond the physical body, to embrace love that doesn't stop when life does
For some of us, happy and merry and joy are the remotest emotions of our heart during the holiday season. Too many memories. Too many traditions.