Category Archives: Grief

Time

Will I stop missing you … in time? Will I stop seeing you in the distance … in time? Will time become more or less meaningful … in time? I guess time will tell. At first time had no meaning. … Continue reading

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Raining on the Inside

I’m raining on the inside. My heart wells up with tears that start to pour. I’m raining on the inside. But then Your cries of love break through, And I fall in love with you once more. By Amy Grant … Continue reading

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Death: Better Than Oscar Night

Then I heard a voice from heaven say, “Write this: Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” “Yes,” says the Spirit, “they will rest from their labor, for their deeds will follow them.” Revelation 14:13 … Continue reading

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The Journey Continues

Today a wife, three children & their spouses & children are attending the funeral of the man they love. Their love is not in the past tense. It never will be. My friend, Dr David Alan Black, does not know … Continue reading

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A Quiet Man

Whoever pursues righteousness and unfailing love will find life, righteousness, and honor.                                                         … Continue reading

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A Good Book to Read

To-the-point, practical books which help people in their grief journey are not plentiful. Books which help the supporters of people in their grief journey are also not plentiful. The third truism in this prologue to my recommendation is that different … Continue reading

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Incomprehensible Suicide

Rizzoli and Isles is a show that I have enjoyed watching and the character, Detective Frost played by Lee Thompson Young, has been a favorite as he seemed more like a real person with common sense and a gentle soul. … Continue reading

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Moving Brings Good Cleaning

I have moved only nine times in my entire life. I know people who move about every five years because they enjoy fixing up homes and then turning them over. I also know military people who have moved more times … Continue reading

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Not Every Question Has A Satisfactory Answer

My husband was recently in a group of people who were discussing grief and loss. As is often the case, he was asked to share his views. This happens, in his case, because he has a Masters in Biblical Languages, … Continue reading

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Writing A Book

My husband and I are partners in a Christian publishing company. It has been an eye-opening experience to work with people to see their dream become a reality. Henry has given guidelines for submissions on our website but I am … Continue reading

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