The “Time Factor” When Grieving

By far the most popular thought is that “time heals all wounds.” While this may be partially true, it’s important to understand that not everyone heals at the same pace. There could be ten people who have lost a spouse … Read More

Love me now…

People come to the funerals of those they haven’t seen or spoken to in years.  Why is that when the person would have enjoyed friendship during their healthy days and appreciated their visits even more when they were sick? Better … Read More

Grief Is Messy

There is no way around it, grief is messy – we cry, we are angry, we don’t want to socialize and we are quite simply unhappy. That is grief and it doesn’t fit into a nice, tidy time frame.  It … Read More

Poem – The Oak Tree

This poem was given to me from one of the widows in our group.  It’s called “The Oak Tree” by Johnny Ray Ryder Jr. The Oak Tree A mighty wind blew night and day. It stole the Oak Tree’s leaves … Read More


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