Tag: grief

Dear Dad, I Miss You

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Dear Dad, The other day I reached out to the vet to ask her opinion on one of my dogs, and after providing some...

Upon the Loss of My Grandmother

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There are so many things that make getting older better. You have grown up, learned what is important in life, and are confident about living...

Explaining Death to Toddlers

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Like everyone, this year has been full of trials and tribulations, but I never imagined explaining death to my toddlers. Besides explaining to my children...

Grief, Kids, and “The Dash”

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My uncle died. Well, two of my uncles died this year (thanks for nothing 2020), 9 weeks between each other, but due to COVID-19,...

Thanks for the Memories Facebook

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Every September 1st, since 2015, I know Facebook will share a certain memory. It is the last picture of my son and me together....

Forever Loved

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October 15th marks Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. Sadly many mamas have suffered the loss of a baby due to miscarriage, ectopic pregnancies,...

The Friendships Beyond Your Village

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As a mom, I often think about my “village” – amazing family and friends who not only help and support me but make my...

Last Words From My Dad

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“You know, being a parent isn’t as easy as you think, you’ll see.” Those were some of the last words my dad ever spoke...

Grieving My Self-Quarantine

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The coronavirus pandemic has caused many of us to suffer a loss in some form. It has affected our mental and physical health. It...

We Keep Going

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  On Wednesday night, Jews all over the world will be celebrating the holiday of Passover, a commemoration of when the Jews left Egypt three...