Category Archives: Loss of Father

To My Father’s Murderer: AfterTalk Inspirational 4.11.19

Open letter to my father’s murderer: It is difficult to dedicate words to someone to has caused so much grief. Each sentence represents tears and chest pains so strong that leave me breathless. This is why I want you to read this slowly and consciously, because in it, I express the soul ache and pour

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How Mourning Runs Have Helped Me Grieve My Dad’s Death

By Rachel Tavel, P.T., D.P.T., C.S.C.S. I loved my dad’s hands. They were soft and always warm, no matter how cold it was outside. As a kid, I would hold his hand every chance I got. On a sunny Tuesday just before Thanksgiving last year, surrounded by my mom, four siblings, and several life-saving machines, I

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My Experience With the Sudden and Traumatic Death of My Father

By Raymond Magno Co-Owner Of Eco Bear Biohazard Cleaning Company I spent the sunny afternoon playing with my friends, a typical routine for a 9-year old boy. Later, I decided to head home. I wanted to be sure to be on time for dinner my Mom was making one of my favorite meals. As is

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John McCain’s Daughter’s Eulogy: AfterTalk Inspirational 9.6.18

Meghan McCain at the National Cathedral, Washington, DC   For video, click HERE “The world is a fine place and worth the fighting for, and I hate very much to leave it.” When Ernest Hemingway’s Robert Jordan, at the close For Whom the Bell Tolls lies wounded, waiting for his last fight, these are among

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John McCain 1936-2018: AfterTalk Inspirational 8.30.18

John McCain’s daughter Meghan posted this on Sunday, a wonderful tribute to a revered American. My father, United States Senator John Sidney McCain III, departed this life today. I was with my father at his end, as he was with me at my beginning. In the thirty-three years we shared together, he raised me, taught

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