The Guideposts of Loss (Part Two)

In part one of this series, I highlighted how even in the darkest of times, the light will manage to find us. For this second part, I will share how to communicate with others and your loved ones when faced with a significant loss. It’s been about a month since we had to put our

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The Guideposts of Loss (Part One)

A couple of weeks ago our beloved dog, Kisses, became seriously ill.  After running tests on her at the vet’s office, it was confirmed that she had cancer and her body was starting to shut down.  We made the incredibly difficult but humane choice to put her down.  I felt compelled to write about it.

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Support for Grieving Children

Even though death is a natural part of life, talking about it with kids can be unnerving for parents. We would like to keep our children immune from such troubling events, but in reality kids do experience grief and loss. Therefore it is essential that we help them to process through it. What you need

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