Monthly Archives: May 2017

As Long As You Remember: AfterTalk Inspirational 5.25.17

As Long as You Remember He said sadly, I have a hole in my heart I said, I know He said, It feels like a piece of me is missing I said, Me too He said, She’ll never get to know my daughter See her grow up like she did with yours I said, She

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Losing a Child: The Guilt Trip: AfterTalk Inspirational 5.18.17

Losing a child is an emotional hurricane. It rouses erratic emotions that fuel each other until they funnel into a whirlpool of devastation. Anger, depression, discouragement—among all these emotions, one that often tugs at grievers for months and years after a loss is guilt. Guilt over My Miscarriage In my case, I met this guilt

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We all grieve differently: AfterTalk Inspirational 5.11.17

Grief By Stephanie J. DeMartino We all grieve differently Some grieve quietly Solemn in their grief not wanting To show their pain While some are loud Letting the pain out for all to see and then beginning The long battle of healing Some hold their grief in for so long That eventually it eats at

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My grandma is dying: AfterTalk Inspirational 5.4.17

My grandma is dying, and I am having a hard time figuring out what to feel. My grandmother was narcissistic, selfish, and crotchety. She used to fuss over preparing food for; she acted like she was doing this great service to the family by feeding her grandchild. Then, she would serve me in these little

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