I am creating this site for the many of us who have suffered several losses. I lost my mom, dad, grandma(2nd mom), grandpa, my beloved dog and divorce.Many of us have lost more than one person or event.Come share!See More
"May there be peace on earth, in the heavens and in the space. May there be peace in the waters, plants, forests and the elements. May there be peace toward all life forms. May there be peace in food and nutrients. May there be knowledge for peace to…"
"Marilyn, I stayed sick at my stomach for a long time after Gary went to Heaven. Your entire description of how you feel brings back that it's exactly how I felt for a very long time. Such agony. And trying to get myself together for any…"
"My husband died last September. We were married 36 years. We had our struggles. He was mentally ill (schizophrenia) and it was not the marriage I once imagined, but I loved him. And he loved me. I too, am having some…"
"Mary Chris, my daughter in law went through the same thing..having to deliver her first child at six months in the womb, and then it happened again with her third daughter who died at 3 months in the womb...it was horrible for her and for my son and…"
"Just thinking about having a memorial or writing something for the paper makes me feel like a heavy weight is on me and a rock is in my belly...I feel like my nerves are scraped raw inside and almost like I could throw up...I don't know why I…"
"Rough afternoon. My granddaughter told me "the story" of the day my son, Gary, died. I am a nervous, anxiety ridden wreck. I did not know all of the details. I am sick at heart for her and my daughter in law, who were told very abruptly by…"
"Marilyn - I know it is just hard to live without our children. To do anything. I understand all of your feelings. It is so tough to speak about your child when people just don't get it. It makes me feel like they are diminishing the greatest of…"
"Marilyn I understand how hard it is to go out. Those first many trips out after take a huge amount of energy because even if we do not run into anyone who wants to offer condolences, we worry ourselves sick that we will! Breathing seems…"