A Mother’s Day Tragedy and a Birth-Death Day Celebration

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Dear Neighbor, Twenty-eight years ago, a miracle happened when a child was born. When you think about everything that must occur prior to any birth, the precise nature of so many scientific details, every delivery is miraculous. When I began writing this post, I realized that twenty-eight years ago, at the exact same hour, I was timing and logging contractions …

The Griever’s Game: My Loss is Worse than Your Loss; a Guest Post by Mary Lee Robinson

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Journeyer, do I have some exciting news for you! Today I’m participating in a blog swap! At the bottom of this post you’ll find the link to my piece “Why You Feel Alone,” but first I bring to you a wonderful woman I met at last year’s National Grief and Hope Convention.   For those of you who are familiar …

The Wait is OVER: Digging for the Light is HERE!

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Today’s THE DAY, Journeyers!! I’m excited and honored and nervous and happy as all get-out… If you pre-ordered the Nook version, it’s waiting for you now! The Kindle version went live a few hours ago! And you can order the print version here. The paperback link hasn’t quite made its way to Amazon’s search database, but should be there within …

To Boston, Bostonians, and a Bereaved World

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You don’t know me, but I love you. My arms are reaching out to wrap you in a warm, tight embrace. There are no words. No words that will help, and yet I am compelled to tell you that, absurd as it sounds, someday it will be okay, if you keep choosing healing, keep fitting the pieces of your own …