2 days ago by Bereaved Parents of the USAAlways remember...1 day ago Bereaved Parents of the USA 2
Strength doesn't always roar like a lion sometimes it's the small voice that says, "I will try again tomorrow..."1 day ago Pam S Allen 2
Sometimes it's just making it through the next minute1 day ago Donna Bateman
Don't feel so strong tho'
2 days ago by Bereaved Parents of the USAFor all of us but especially for the newly bereaved...2 days ago Rebecca Sorenson 1
I read this with my son in mind, I lost him to a car accident, 3 months and 15 days ago. I've read a lot of things but I haven't read one that fit my feelings exactly until now.2 days ago Julie Schuetz 1
Definitely for ALL of us.2 days ago June Robinson Erickson
I wanna know why God did this....2 days ago Kathy Jenkins Corrigan 1
So many questions June and no answers... I hope someday we wil get some answers. Sending hugs...
4 days ago by Bereaved Parents of the USAWe have to feel the feelings but we don't have to do it alone... we are here for each other... what emotions are you feeling today??3 days ago Kathy Jenkins Corrigan 1
Missing all my children today -- one in heaven and two in Colorado... 🙁3 days ago Cynthia Mckenzie 1
Feeling pretty good today ..😀3 days ago Kathy Jenkins Corrigan
In the early years, I remember feeling much more sadness and very little joy. But as more time has passed and I have really worked on expressing my grief (therapy, support groups, yoga, meditation, reading inspirational literature, journaling, etc.) I began to be open to allowing the joy in -- it will never be the same but it's pretty good and makes me feel grateful that I can finally feel happy again...3 days ago Diane Reuter
31 months and 3 days ago, I did just that....when my son passed, I pretty much shut down emotionally. There are moments of happiness, but there is no really joy anymore....3 days ago Maryse Dufour Capobianco
I hear you Diane. I lost two sons. I will never be the same again. Shutting down is better than feeling the depth of pain that comes with this.
6 days ago by Bereaved Parents of the USAMake a wish...6 days ago Denise Dontenville Stires
Yes....always for my Justin ❤❤❤6 days ago Elva Reb
Yes, always my Aliza Beas ❤❤6 days ago Debbie Pierce
So true. Love you, Isaac. ❤6 days ago Karen Brown Reid
So true6 days ago Kathy Jenkins Corrigan
RIP -- Return if Possible -- I love this... if only...6 days ago Jason N Tami Carlson
My son (15) said To me the other day when he sees RIP he thinks return if possible every time. ❤️. his 9 sister was killed in a four wheeler accident.
1 week ago by Bereaved Parents of the USAYes!!1 week ago Jana Anderson 2
Shayna Sanders ❤1 week ago Shayna Sanders 2
😭😭😭 I miss him so much.1 week ago Jana Anderson 2
me too honey1 week ago Nicole Celebucki-Yost 2
I love this!!!!!!!1 week ago John M. Berila 2
I love it too, and since no one can prove otherwise, I vote to believe it! Beautiful.1 week ago Jennifer Moyer Akers 2
Heather Dane....I KNOW Joe is 🙂1 week ago Heather Dane 2
As is Grace ❤1 week ago Mary Roth 1
You're ALL awesome1 week ago Shirley Atkinson 1
This is a beautiful thought. I am smiling.1 week ago Jennifer Jones 1
Nichole Burris Emily Gentry Chamberlain1 week ago Cassie Poulson 1
Kassie Harrison Heiner1 week ago Robyn Davila
I hope so...having a bad day today1 week ago Bereaved Parents of the USA
I'm sorry.. hope this warmed your heart a bit!
1 week ago by Bereaved Parents of the USALove wins...1 week ago Theresa Valentine 3
From the perspective of 31 years I know this to be true. However when you are newly bereaved and consumed by the pain it is hard to believe...so the message is HOLD ONTO THE HOPE, it will happen for you.'1 week ago Kathy Jenkins Corrigan 2
From the perspective of 21 years -- I remember when my grief was new and my pain was raw -- it was hearing this message from other bereaved parents that kept me going. Those who held my hand and modeled proactive grieving helped me believe that love will always win out... with gratitude to those who gave me hope, I'm now paying it forward...1 week ago Bo Domzalski 1
from perspective of 35 years. KEEP THE FAITH.
1 week ago by Bereaved Parents of the USAFrom Tom Zuba -- one of our Conference keynote speakers -- We would have done anything.
It's had to accept the truth
that we are simply not that powerful.
We are not that powerful. Read more below...1 week ago Tom Zuba teaches A New Way to Do Grief 2
Thanks much for sharing this. If folks want to learn more about me - I'm at http://www.TomZuba.com1 week ago June Robinson Erickson
This couldn't have come at a better time for me as I approach the 6 year Angelversary and what would have been Jenna's 28th birthday. Feeling guilt and anger more than usual. Looking forward to the Conference. Thank you....