by Brandy Lidbeck of TheGiftofSeconds.com
So many people, including ourselves, often expect our grief to be finished by the one-year anniversary of the death. People expect us to move on and their words shame us for still being impacted. Read More »
Holidays are times of sharing and togetherness. But after a death in the family, the Christmas season can be difficult to endure for everyone- including the children.
Traditions that bring about memories of a deceased parent or grandparent may Read More »
By Mark Mitchell
Without your knowledge or permission, you have been inducted into a terrible and unique club. It is an exclusive club any one of us would pay untold amounts to have never taken membership in.
You are a survivor of Read More »
My story begins on December 27, 2011, when I received a call from my older sister notifying me that my father had taken his life. The emotions that ran through me are close to indescribable, as Read More »