Category: Grief and Grieving

Forward is a Pace - dealing with 2020

Forward is a Pace - dealing with 2020
To say that 2020 has been a crazy year is the understatement of the century. I am totally done with 2020 and it’s only May 4th. For nearly everyone, this year has been “unprecedented”.  In a deeply personal way, it has been quite unprecedented for my family and me, too. After a 12 year battle... Read more »

30 years later - what would she think of me now?

30 years later - what would she think of me now?
Thirty years is a long time for anything. If you get to 30 years of marriage, people cheer for you. If you live to the age of 30 years, people celebrate with you. If you make it to your 30th high school reunion, people reminisce with you. However, when 30 years goes by after losing... Read more »

Grieving has no timetable

Grieving has no timetable
Life and death; they go together like ebony and ivory keys on a piano, or like peanut butter and jelly. You cannot have one without the other, but that doesn’t make the death part easy to deal with. Well, at least not for the people left here grieving. I’m writing about this, because I’ve had... Read more »
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