Monthly Archives: December 2018

Heart Breaking AfterTalk Inspirational 12.27.18

  Heart Breaking Where do broken hearts go? I’ve heard this said many times, my heart is broken and I don’tknow when it will mend. Today is the 4th year of your sudden passing. I feel so hurt, it feelslike the first year you passed away. No, things are not getting any better. My doctor

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Holiday Sorrows and Precious Gifts

by Thomas Attig I am sure that I am not alone in approaching Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah, and New Years with sorrow in my heart over the death of a loved one.  I hope these reflections will provide guidance for reaching through the sorrows of loss in the coming season. During the holidays, the pain of

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From Heroin to Hope: Making Sense of the Loss of a Child

by Marsha I Wiggins, Ph.D. “In the early morning hours of August 9, 2013, I received the phone call I had dreaded would come, the phone call somehow I knew would come, the phone call no parent ever wants to receive. On the other end of the line was my son’s dad, voice trembling, choking

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My Beautiful Husband…

When my beautiful husband, Ken, died from cancer two years ago, there was a sense that my protector, my champion, the person who loved me most in the world, was gone. That was pretty scary. But I’ve had some powerful healing thoughts recently. I’m currently reading a terrific book titled After This, by Claire Bidwell Smith. In

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