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I had written an article the other day titled: ‘No Name’. I stand corrected, humbly. Another grieving Momma, Pam Harper, graciously enlightened me. There is a word that has been used fo…

Decisions, Decisions-The Complicated Everyday World of Child Loss – thelifeididntchoose

Sometimes I wonder why in the world am I so exhausted? Why does it drain me to go to the grocery store? Why do I have to gird my loins as if going into battle to make a phone call or a doctor’…

By Maria Housden. It did cross my mind that it was possible to lose a child, but I never thought I'd lose Liberty.

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THE MOST BEAUITIFUL PEOTRY | The most beautiful poem about losing a child. Brings so much ... | Mo ...

THE MOST BEAUITIFUL PEOTRY | The most beautiful poem about losing a child. Brings so much ... | Mo ...

Jose Santoyo
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Not everyone gets what they long for. Not every loss can be undone. What if there is no victory in this life for some of us. What if there is only endurance- which is a sort of victory, but one not highly valued? #pressontotheprize #endurance #thelifeididntchoose

Clearly marked boundaries, categories and rules make things easier. But life rarely fits in the tidy boxes I like to create. And when it doesn’t I’m tempted to ignore the parts that don…

editor’s note: This post was originally published in July of 2014 but has been updated to include recent events. The first few weeks of grief after losing a child are a mixture of rage, sadness, helplessness and fear: An unstable concoction that can react and explode at any given moment.  As someone who can now count [...]

editor’s note: This post was originally published in July of 2014 but has been updated to include recent events. The first few weeks of grief after losing a child are a mixture of rage, sadness, helplessness and fear: An unstable concoction that can react and explode at any given moment. As someone who can now count [...]