For my blog on Wordpress, I wrote a poem. It was a challenge that all the words be one syllable only. I wanted to share.
It isn’t easy to talk to someone who has lost a parent, even when you’ve been through it yourself.
You’ve lost someone you loved – parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, brother, sister, friend. And then someone else you love dies, reopening old wounds, bringing back memories, and once again you find yourself in a world of grief. How do you deal with the loss of more than one person?
How do you celebrate Mother’s Day when you don’t have a mom? There are tears in my eyes as I…
You’ve lost a parent. Your world may feel upside down, turnaround, and filled with so many different feelings you don’t understand. But even though your parent is gone, there are some things death cannot take away. Memories will always live in your heart and mind, memories of times you spent with your parent.
The loss of a parent means more than just a loss of their presence in your everyday life. One day I realized what I really lost when my mom died.
Your parent is gone. You may or may not live in the same home that you did before he/she died. Does being in the same house make things easier or do you find yourself walking into a room and expecting to see your mom or dad there, alive and part of your life again? If you’ve moved to a new house, how do you keep the memories of your lost parent alive? Here is my perspective on this…
You’ve lost a parent and are dealing with the sadness and grief that comes with death. But what happens when your other parent starts dating and eventually gets remarried? How do you deal with this?
When my mom died, suddenly I felt like the weight of the family was on top of me. Even though I was an adult, with a full-time job and 2 kids, I never realized how much my mom helped and how much I depended on her until she was gone. I tried to fill my mom’s shoes, but they were way too big.
The holidays can be not so great when you’ve lost someone you loved