Today, we are honoured to have a guest post from another grief blogger. Sarah Cox, of Journey for Jasmine, has shared how she has grown through her grief of losing her daughter to a late pregnancy loss to helping others. Let’s listen to her story. Warning: this post contains potentially upsetting content dealing with CDH,
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No one wants to be alone. Being newly bereft immediately launches you into a new, unwanted life – all alone. Once your spouse has died, all of the little things that they used to do are lost to the ether. Have you spent hours searching for a sign from your lost love? Don’t you wish
The two things that are inevitable, death and taxes, are also the most administratively frustrating with all the paperwork and legalize. So many steps to take, in a particular order. This is an incredibly devastating time and you can’t think. You can have a team of financial experts on your side, but the crucial deciding
I’d like to believe that I’m Internet savvy, but a recent personal experience needed me to tell you that as a widow you need to beware of romance scams. From doing some research, I’ve learned that they are hitting hard and heavy, targeting widows and widowers, and it’s vital to know their tactics because these
Happy Birthday to my dear dead husband. There are certain milestones that a griever has to go through on their journey. The first year is the hardest because you hit all of these milestones for the first time. Some come around in their time as the following years travel their cycle. In my opinion, the
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest This week, I had the honor of sharing my story of how I turned loss into strength in a guest post published on A Purpose In Pain. Sam has a beautiful blog that shares stories to help others feel less alone in theirs. Sam
It’s really simple. When it comes every year, it’s a siren song announcing loud and clear that your alone. Father’s Day as a Solo Mom sucks. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Every Year, It’s A Challenge My son’s father died when he was two and a half. My
There is great importance of rituals in grief during trying times. These are unprecedented times indeed, when it seems that every week there’s some calamity to shake our world. First, came the wildfires of Australia which threatened to burn the country to the ground. Then, the Corona Virus which forced the world to hide away
Not too long ago, a friend of a friend went through exactly what I went through back in 2014. The agony of being in the hospital. Keeping vigil on your loved one. Not knowing if they are brain dead or not, is torturous. How to decide to take someone off life support is a traumatic
As much as it’s hard to talk about, it’s inevitable that one day you will die. Burial arrangements will need to be made – but what if you don’t want to choose between cremation and burial? Wouldn’t it be great if there were other options out there? Something that’s more gentle on the environment than