The term holds a powerful meaning for many parents who've experienced loss.
Even if you have the best intentions, there are some things you should never, ever say.
I feel like a friend died. Every time I laugh, I remember that this is not a time to laugh. I see other people doing normal
So I suggest that, if it feels right to do, a widow or widower might write things, say things aloud, or say things in their mind to the spouse who has died. And making that part of the routine of going to be bed or first being in bed might be especially valuable.
Parents should allow children to have “some private time to deal with grief.”
I was born in the reign of King Rama 9 of Thailand. Today Thai people all over the world are mourning his death. Yes, our beloved King has died.
My mother died from cancer. She just turned 61. My sisters and I were confronted with the impossible: How to grieve a parent
Just as currents tumbling down a mountain stream come together, separate, and then reunite, souls reunite in divine Oneness. Yet they do so in God's way, in God's time, not in the way or time of our worldly will.
"He must have felt like he was having an asthma attack because he died trying to plug in his nebulizer," said Lindsey. Like
  When I lost my father, seven years ago, I was devastated ― sad and overwhelmed, uncertain what to do.  Judaism gave me
In addition to the source of his early wealth, I also have no idea how my father met his first wife, Mary Binney. She was
They met in their college library. He had a killer smile and she was smitten. On their first date, they laughed, shared dreams
We can't force someone to forgive. Therefore, the road to forgiveness may also involve understanding the person who has harmed us. This requires starting off on a journey that may entail a close examination of the person we need to forgive. The journey can be long and torturous.
Four times a year, for the very best weeks of the year, I had a sister-wife. Those were the weeks when Terry came to Chicago for shows at the Merchandise Mart. She would set up camp in our guest room, complete with the steamer and the extra hangers and the running shoes she kept in our closet year-round.