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Ideas for memorializing following the death of a child

Locket with a picture of the child, or a lock of the child’s hair, or their name engraved on the front/back A Mother’s ring or necklace with the child’s birthstone A lock […]

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We bereaved are not alone

We bereaved are not alone. We belong to the largest company in all the world, the company of those who have known suffering. When it seems that our sorrow is […]

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Grieving through the holidays

The first holiday after your spouse/partner has passed away can seem impossible to bear. You may be still mourning and the thoughts of past holidays together can cut deep, but […]

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Footprints

How very softly you tiptoed into my world Almost silently, only a moment you stayed. But what an imprint your footsteps have left upon my heart. -Dorothy Ferguson

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“No amount of time is long enough.”

“Now I make certain every day that I never take anyone close to me for granted.  No amount of time is long enough. I suppose that when it is someone […]

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A Letter to Bereaved Parents

I won’t say, “I know how you feel” – because I don’t. I’ve lost parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends, but I’ve never lost a child. So, how can I […]

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Grief Matured

I am very sorry that you are in a place where you would even be reading such an article. That said … I am happy you are reading at all. […]

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A poem about pregnancy after loss

By Amanda Anderson-Beanland You’ve gone through all the emotions you never thought you had You’ve lost your child, you’re grieving you can’t stop feeling sad You never want to replace […]

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