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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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Honoring Your Parenthood

By brown | May 9, 2016

Honoring Your Parenthood By: Rose Carlson, Program Director, National Share Office I had my fourth miscarriage in April 1993; it rocked me to my core…

An Open Letter To The Spring

By brown | May 6, 2016

An Open Letter To The Spring By: Nora LaFata Oh. Hey spring. Unlike practically everyone in the universe, I’m not all that happy to see…

I Do It For You, My Love

By brown | May 3, 2016

I Do it For You, My Love By: Deborah Umali  Dear Charlie*, Although last week was nothing but dreary skies and on and off rain,…

Becoming A Gift

By brown | May 2, 2016

By: Justine Brooks Froelker   Sitting over tea in a dimly lit coffee shop she asks, “How often do you think of them?”   I…

Celebrating Through Grief

By brown | May 2, 2016

By: Ginny Limer Celebrations are lighthearted, joy-filled, carefree occasions where smiles are shining, the energy is booming, rooms are full of contented people gathered together,…

The Morning After Mother’s Day

By brown | April 30, 2016

The Morning After Mother’s Day By: Jennifer Massoni Pardini The morning after Mother’s Day was harder than Mother’s Day itself . That’s a surprise. Maybe…

Going Back To Work After A Loss

By brown | April 25, 2016

By: Brooke Taylor Duckworth Eventually, many grieving parents find themselves in the difficult position of going back to work after some time off. Having spent…

Reflections on Grief, Healing, and Hope

By brown | April 25, 2016

By: Amy Ray Amy is a bereaved mom and member of the Baylor Grapevine Share support group in Grapevine, Texas. She shared these words with…

To Each Her Own

By brown | March 2, 2016

By Sarah Bartels I had a conversation the other day with a co-worker who recently lost her Mom. She told me she was doing okay,…

One Sweet Day

By brown | March 2, 2016

By: RaeAnne Fredrickson   One sweet day, I will close my eyes here for the last time, and open them there for the first.  …