Tag Archives: grief bereavement “Loss of a Child”

A LONG TIME AGO, I FELT HOPELESS

I believe everyone has his or her own lonely path to follow with grief. I consider it to be a lifelong journey that led me somewhere else; never back to the place I was in before it happened. I used to mourn that, but now I accept it. Continue reading

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EVERY SEASON – PART 3

Yesterday was Jason’s birthday. He only lived five years, but he remains forever in my heart. Continue reading

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LOVE LIVES ON

I hung up the phone and couldn’t believe it. This was truly a door opening in my life. I hadn’t imagined that it would appear like it did – just at a perfect time. Continue reading

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THE KEY – PART 2

I am thankful I found a key that allowed me to live without suffering as I did for decades after the death of my son. Music was certainly one of the most magnificent keys that helped me to heal. Continue reading

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EVERY SEASON – PART 2

When I wrote “Every Season” in 2011, it helped me to express my lingering sadness. My line of “my sadness will always be” is still true for me. Saying that I’ve “healed” from deep grief doesn’t mean I am not sad remembering the child I loved who died. Continue reading

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A ROAD PAVED IN GOLD

I have been on my journey of insight now for six years. Envisioning a road paved in gold sounded rich and dazzling. I’ve often focused on all the diversions, valleys and potholes I’ve stumbled into. Continue reading

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IMPRISONED BY GRIEF AND MY KEY

I did not expect I’d ever be freed from my prison of grief. But one day I found a key that opened a door, which led me back to the world outside. I was thankful for that key, but It held a mystery; where did it come from? Continue reading

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IT’S HARD TO IMAGINE YOU COULD HEAL-PART 3

I wouldn’t ever say that “time heals.” But for me, healing came and I am thankful for that. Continue reading

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IT’S HARD TO IMAGINE YOU COULD HEAL-PART 2

I know for certain that wherever my grief has taken me, the people whom I’ve held hands with will never be forgotten. Continue reading

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IT’S HARD TO IMAGINE YOU COULD HEAL-PART 1

My first post for 2016 is a medley of comments I’ve written to other people. My own words uplift me; I want to stay positive on my personal journey of insight. Continue reading

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