Monthly Archives: August 2012

After My Father Died

When a parent dies, sadness and grief will follow. But for some teens, the sadness can manifest into something larger, something darker. One brave young woman tells the story of her own grief, and the choices she made to help herself heal.

A Widow Answers The Questions You’re Too Polite To Ask

You know those way too personal questions you’ve always secretly wanted to ask a widow who has started dating again? You’re in luck – guest author Emily Clark has been asked them all, and decided to answer some of them here for us.

A Pain Unlike Any Other

After his daughter Jeannine’s death, guest author David Roberts found himself experiencing pain that could not be calmed. Through the years, and with thoughtful counseling, he has learned how to move past the pain, and into a new relationship with his daughter’s memory.

Hugging Them In Your Heart

When we lose someone we love, the longing for just one more hug, visit, or conversation can be overwhelming. Guest Author Maureen Hunter shares how we can still connect with our loved ones, even when they are no longer physically in our lives.