Tag: grief

Deepa David  |  July 21, 2023
It was the day after my mother-in-law passed away. We were in Chennai, at my husband’s family home. Many came to pay their last respects. My mind was a clutter...
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Ruth Davidar Paul  |  April 22, 2021
Grief and sadness come to all of us. None of us are beyond its scope. It meets us on the road of life, sometimes blindsiding us in its suddenness, urgency,...
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Sylvia Castelino Derby  |  April 14, 2021
I am amazed at the range of emotions we have as human beings. When we tap into those feelings, we can understand ourselves better, communicate clearly, empathize with others, and...
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Adrienn  |  April 7, 2017
Some things that remind me of my mom: the sweet smell of summer corn boiling, the shape of my own feet, Hotel California by the Eagles. The cold, tense atmosphere...
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Janice Singh  |  October 12, 2016
Do you get uncomfortable around people who have suffered a significant loss – loss of a child, a parent, husband, friend or a loved one? Or even the loss of...
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Kim W Freeman  |  March 22, 2016
Today I turn 40. When I thought about writing this post a month ago I had some vague thoughts about sharing what turning 40 looks like for me. Throwing in...
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