In April, 2011, Slate asked their readers to respond to a survey about grief and loss. Apparently the idea struck a nerve, as nearly 10,000 people responded. The results included the ...[Read More]
Author Edgar Jackson poignantly describes grief:
Grief is a young widow trying to raise her three children, alone. Grief is the man so filled with shocked uncertainty and confusion ...[Read More]
Zig Ziglar writes:
The longest 24 hours of my life were those after my daughter's death. When making the funeral arrangements with her husband and his parents, I had to listen to ...[Read More]
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