Tag Archives: Grief

Shadows

Heavenly Father, this life can be so hard and painful. But You! . . . You are right there with us, loving us, keeping us, holding us! And You promise never to leave us or forsake us.  Death is the … Continue reading

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A Recipe for Healing

At 19, I left my first adult relationship. I lived alone, working for minimum wage at a coffeehouse in Rochester, N.Y. Consumed by anxiety and loss, I stopped eating. Within the month of September, I lost 20 pounds. One afternoon, … Continue reading

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Question

Who am I being called to become right now ?

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Correspondence

How late can I send a sympathy card after someone dies? Is it ever too late?  Reading this, my first thought is it is never too late, life happens, but when you remember please send a note of comfort, and … Continue reading

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Who He Really Was

People say a mother’s love is blind, but that’s not true. For six years, I saw Tristan’s desperation and heard his lies, but that wasn’t the truth of who my son was. That was the shadow of addiction. I also … Continue reading

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