Monthly Archives: June 2012

Always Missing Dad

On the six month anniversary of her father’s death from cancer, guest author Sarita Zanazzi reflects on her father’s life, and on the ways others have unknowingly made her grieving more difficult.

Supporting a Family When a Child Dies

When a child dies, there are many who are caught in the wake of loss. It is hard to know what to say, how to say it, or whether to say anything at all. Guest author and bereaved mom Rachel Reynolds shares what helped, and what didn’t, after the death of her daughter Charlotte.

Father’s Day After a Child’s Death

Father’s Day can be a difficult day to face after a child has died. Guest author David Roberts shares how he has worked to bring joy and peace to this day that celebrates the relationship he still has with his daughter, Jeannine.

Quotes and Poems on Grief and Loss

When trying to help others face grief, we often find ourselves at a loss for words. Guest author Maureen Hunter shares some quotes and poems that have helped her in her own journey with grief and grief support.