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FEATURE ARTICLE:

Words that Heal: Journaling your way through healing and hope

By Patti Budnik | February 29, 2024

By: Rose Carlson People often feel intimidated by the thought of journaling because they think they are not good writers. Perhaps they have bad memories of papers and English classes with red pen marks pointing out every mistake. But journaling is not about “good” writing. Or grammar. Or punctuation. Or spelling. Or any of that. Simply put, it’s about putting the thoughts in your head onto paper. Doing so helps you process and make some sense of them. In short, you are doing it for you,…

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NEWS ARCHIVE:

The Truth Is…

By Patti Budnik | October 11, 2023

By: Lindsey Dell I’ve been feeling very uninspired lately. But the truth is, I’m tired. Too tired to even type an article (pathetic, I know).…

The Days can be Good and Bad

By Patti Budnik | August 14, 2023

By: Marie Kriedman A pregnancy loss took my breath away before my daughter had a chance to experience her first one. Like many women, I…

The Legacy of Love: How a Mother’s Loss Ignites a Powerful Purpose

By Patti Budnik | July 14, 2023

By: LaCara Biddles I reclined in profound stillness upon the unsettling confines of the hospital bed. Beside me, my husband tossed and turned as he…

A Letter to my Baby Girl

By Patti Budnik | July 14, 2023

By: Julz Richterman Finding out I was pregnant 4 months after losing my baby, Bobby, brought a wave of conflicting emotions. I was thrilled I…

Growing in Grief

By Patti Budnik | July 6, 2023

By: Robyn Busekrus Gardening is one of my hobbies that I enjoy. This year, my garden hasn’t been as productive as in previous years. The…

A Symbol of Hope and Peace

By Patti Budnik | July 6, 2023

By: Marie Kriedman My miscarriage made me doubt that grief is survivable. Rationally, I knew I would survive, but emotionally, my pain was so raw…

Walking Down the Stairs: Even Good Days Hurt

By Patti Budnik | June 5, 2023

By: Julz Richterman Tragedy is a gas that seeps into every part of your life. Not only are you left remembering the “before” you, but…

Being Part of the Club

By Patti Budnik | May 24, 2023

By: Amanda Crews When I was in labor with our son, Carson, at 37 weeks, I had a dear friend visit me. She, too, had…

I Wanted to Say Thank You, but I Couldn’t: A Letter to MY Parents

By Patti Budnik | May 18, 2023

By: Julz Richterman Saying “thank you” used to be easy. You always supported me, even if you didn’t agree with me. You let me make…

Sad Moments During Special Days

By Patti Budnik | May 9, 2023

By: Marie Kriedman I find myself in a new place of my grief journey:  regret, with a side helping of disappointment and sorrow. I am…