My Heartfelt Support for Life after Grief

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Twenty-five years ago I lost my family. My husband Albert, and my sons Justin and Jared were on their way home from a super bowl party when a drunk driver crashed into them. In my last post, I explained how this shocking experience caused me to freeze up and lose my ability to breathe. It took me a while for it to become automatic again, not sure exactly when that happened, but it did. This is something we take for … Read More

Grief and the Holidays

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The holidays are upon us once again. There’s no reprieve from the reminder – grocery, department stores, pharmacies and even your favorite coffee shop are dripping with twinkling lights, garlands, menorahs, enticing holiday smells of latkes and peppermint, and beautiful gifts specially purchased and wrapped, just waiting to be opened. If you are approaching this holiday season without a loved one, and I don’t care if It’s a recent loss or happened many years ago, it’s a difficult time. For … Read More