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Princess Mar 18
Replying to @johnpavlovitz
My Husband's laughter.
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John Pavlovitz Mar 18
Tonight I'm missing my father calling me "sweetheart" and "boychik." What are you missing about someone you've lost?
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Paula McGowan Mar 20
I can’t tell you just how heartbreaking it is when you discover that people you trust to do a good job Lie and cover up Bristol CCG have treated Olivers death like a pile of dog dirt Did they think we would stay quiet
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Shannon The Caregiver! Mar 19
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My husband passed 6 days ago. I'm heartbroken and have no clue how I am going to survive.
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MomsThoughts™ Mar 19
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My dad called me "sweetheart" too. I saved a voicemail with him saying "hi sweetheart, it's Dad" ❤ His name was Daniel. My name is Anne. He used to call me "Anniel". I miss that more than I knew I could.
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Scholastic Awards Nov 15
For Children's Grief Awareness Day, @NewYorkLifeFoundation partnered with to help kids cope with the death of a close loved one through storytelling. Learn more about encouraging grieving kids to share their stories.
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Annie Miller Mar 18
Replying to @johnpavlovitz
I dreamed of my son today. He died at the age of 16 - a little over 20 years ago. It was a good dream - it gave me peace, but I still miss him so much.
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Kimberly C. Paul Mar 19
Sometimes the past catches you off guard and brings you to your knees.... but in the same moment I feel such gratitude that something magical happened between me and a boy that was a Garner Police Officer.
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(((kurt sanders))) Mar 18
Replying to @johnpavlovitz
Hearing my dad whistle old tunes and calling my mom every day. Sometimes I don’t know who to share news with. I just sat with my employer as he died an hour ago. People look so similar in death. We should really remember how similar we are in life.
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Shel Dunn Mar 21
Watching again and I can relate, when I was grieving I became brutally honest but focused on everything positive in my life that made me a better person and made a positive difference to others and left the negative stuff alone. How did you cope?
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Bev Dower Mar 19
Replying to @johnpavlovitz
Phone conversations with my brother. Great exchanges about my two boys, his cat, my dog, his work, McNeese, LSU sports, the Saints, politics, food and great restaurants and travel. Just hearing his voice answering the phone saying, “Hey, Bev!”
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Sorting Hat Reject Mar 18
Replying to @johnpavlovitz
To my cousin, Chris: I miss laughing about our kid antics, I miss your smile, I miss you talking about escaping your chair, and I'm glad that it stayed here while you soared on
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Dori Ann Dupre 🌺 Mar 21
folk... How do you keep your husband’s memory alive? I pieces of him and our life in my fiction.
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Gordon Bonnet Mar 19
Replying to @johnpavlovitz
My grandma's stories about growing up in a hardscrabble-poor part of SW Pennsylvania. I never tired of hearing about her childhood and her memories of her own parents and grandparents, and her pride in her Scottish ancestry. She died in 1986 and I still miss her.
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T. Hall Mar 19
The articles my mom would cut from the newspaper and mail to me.
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StoryCorps Nov 13
Olivia Evans talks about the death of her dad, Ernie, with her mother, Sasha, and shares what has been helpful in her grief journey. With the Foundation:
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Scattering Ashes Mar 26
If you want to take your loved one's ashes to a favourite destination ready our handy Travelling with Ashes Guide #
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Kirsty Walsh Mar 19
I can not stress enough how important water safety is! Due to open water my children grow up in a world in which their dad is not... it is life ruining. Please educate yourself and others around you.
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William Qualls Mar 19
Replying to @johnpavlovitz
Discussing song lyrics with my mom. We could talk for hours about any song. We would associate people with specific songs and talk about why. We would research writers and performers and try to find which parts of each of them were in their work. I miss her.
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Scattering Ashes Mar 29
To all those beautiful, caring, funny, amazing mums that we miss every day do something special to remember your mum this Sunday
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