"i lost my father on jan 25,1999. my whole world crashed . and i came to a complete stop everything stopped for me in my life . i was a daddys girl he was my everything. now i lost mom as well in march2020 to cancer. its not a good feeling .u think…"
"Getting to reality that your loved one is sick, and ain't gonna be here long . when you never thought it would ever happen to your parent. well i guessed wrong on that it hit me like a bombshell went off. she was a great mother ."
This is for anyone who has lost somone to cancer. I lost my adopted Mom to breast cancer some years ago. She was everything I could have asked for. She loved me because I was just me. She also loved my family and children as if they were her own.See More
Diana Young, LD/N, GC-C, ORDMDiana is a Certified Grief Counselor with The American Institute of Health Care Professionals, Inc since 2015. She is also a licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist for 30 years specializing in weight management, diabetes care, the mind diet and healthy eating. Diana created the popular website OnlineGriefSupport.com in 2008 with over 15,000 members. Currently She facilitates a virtual grief support group weekly. Previously Diana worked for Cornerstone Hospice, providing…See More
"i lost my mom this past March 2020. i am 39 yrs old. this is a really hard topic to get a grip on . my mom was diganoised with stage 4 bone cancer and it was just a hard time to accept she wasnt gonna be here i wanted to tell myself she was gonna be…"
"i lost my mom/best friend /world this past march2020. im feeling that shes on vacation and she'll be back having a hard time getting the reality part of it my heart and mind wants her back but the reality part is that i know she's not…"
When a heart breaks, you’re left gasping for air. After a while you seem fine, yet fall apart unexpectedly at random moments, sanity seemingly forsaken. There’s a saying that when a heart breaks, it cracks to allow golden love to shine through onto others. Do you see the value in going through this?It may not feel like it now, but grief is an honor. It is an honor to feel that much, to have loved that much. It teaches you compassion, gratitude, resilience, and the importance of grabbing life by…See More
This is a very early response to your email I know, but my sister is arriving today for 2 or 3 days. I have to admit to being nervous. First time having someone stay since I lost Pete. Plus, she will be sleeping in the bed he…"