Richard was so full of life. He passed on 11/4/15 after 4 mos of battling stomach cancer. WHY didn't I push him more years before to get checked more thoroughly at the DR. I said to him years before that he didn't look right. He jokingly replied "oh well maybe I am dying." Well sadly he was right. I told him for years that sleeping 12 hours a day was not normal and I thought he was just depressed. We were so busy working and just trying to make it in life that we missed the fact that…Continue
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When a parent, spouse, sibling, child, or friend dies, we grieve for our loss. As we continue to mourn, we wonder if we will ever find the love, companionship, or support that is now lost. While our loved one is physically gone, we cherish the memories of our time together. As…Continue
Added by Robbie Miller Kaplan on May 3, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments
My condolences to the family of those who have died. I will like to share a scripture I found comforting, Acts 24:15. It says that “there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and unrighteous”. We all cant wait to see our loved ones again!
***Keep a list of favorite Bible passages....(Psalms 94:19)
***Reach out to friends that have your best interest (Proverbs 17:17)
***Thinking about the day when I can see them again (John 5:28,29)
She was so happy
Good Mother and will do anything for her children
I wish I could have:
Talked to her more
Added by T.C. Goodwin on April 30, 2016 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Q. I’ve been asked to join some women acquaintances on a long weekend excursion. The participants are widows (like me) or divorced. What do you think?
I’m all for it. In fact, I’ve been doing something similar for several years. The “all girls” trip has become an annual highlight. In my case, the idea took hold after my husband, an attorney, died. One of his biggest clients was a…Continue
Added by Florence Isaacs on April 29, 2016 at 9:47am — No Comments
Talking, writing and crying is a helpful release....Shedding tears is a necessary part of the healing process...Jehovah will sustain us- Psalms 55:22...So painful
Added by T.C. Goodwin on April 27, 2016 at 3:32pm — No Comments
Many of us have heard these words..." To death do us apart" Death brings an end of marriage. Many children get mad if their parents want to remarry. The decision is personal and one should want their parent to be happy- 1 Corinthians 7:39
Added by T.C. Goodwin on April 26, 2016 at 8:01pm — No Comments
Very important that our sick love ones have someone that can act as an agent and advocate.One of my friends was too sick to talk and her mother acted as an advocate. It was a sad situation because her children wanted to do something opposite of my fiend's wishes. This is so sad. As children we need to respect our parents wishes dead or alive. If our love one wishes to be cremated ..respect their wishes. When you see them again one day, you can say I did every thing just so. It's not a bad…Continue
Added by T.C. Goodwin on April 25, 2016 at 3:45pm — No Comments
Giving flowers is an act of kindness. Flowers can make a sad occasion more pleasant. - 1 Thessalonians 5:11
Added by T.C. Goodwin on April 24, 2016 at 2:46pm — No Comments
You were a very talented person and you will be remembered. Your death took all of us by surprise. The age of 57 is very young.... I look forward to the time when there will be no more death or pain....- Revelation 21: 3, 4.. You will be in God's memory
Q. My aunt just died, and I want to attend the funeral. However, I haven’t spoken to my cousin (her son) for several years after a series of arguments. What should I do? I’m afraid he’ll be annoyed to see me there or even challenge me.
Funerals and memorial services are meant to be healing rituals for survivors that bring us together to share the loss of a loved one. But that doesn’t happen if the bereaved are…Continue
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May you find comfort from the God of all comfort Jehovah.
Added by Margaret Lopez on April 12, 2016 at 7:05am — No Comments
The season has changed and the days are longer and warmer; new blooms rise from the ground each morning, and tree buds are bursting. Nature is at its glorious best, and the days hold the promise of what is to come. How can anyone be sad at this…Continue
Added by Robbie Miller Kaplan on April 11, 2016 at 8:30am — No Comments
I was hoping someone might be able to share some advice from their experience of losing a spouse. My husband has a rare form of cancer and has endured a year worth of chemo and other treatments. Unfortunately, there are no other options and he is currently receiving hospice care in our home. What I am curious about is whether there is anything I can do for myself or my young children before the real grieving process starts? I'm an emotional wreck and know it's going…Continue
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May it bring comfort to all who lost dear loved ones in death.
Added by Margaret Lopez on April 5, 2016 at 6:30am — No Comments
YOU AN THEM IS A SMALL PART OF A STORY WITH REAL FRIENDS AN THOSE THAT WANT TO LOOK AWAY FROM THE MIRROR./ PEOPLE SAY I LOVE YOUR SON AN I MISS HIM SO MUCH.
SOME TIMES IT JUST A SAYING WORDS PUT TOGETHER, BUT HAVE NO REAL MEANING AT ALL . I LOOK INTO THE EYES OF PEOPLE AN WONDER ! WHAT , WHO ARE YOU ,
I DON,NT REMEMBER YOU AT ALL,, MY SON , WHAT DID YOU REALLY THINK ABOUT HIM
ONCE AGAIN I LOOK INTO THERE EYES AN SEE THE ANSWER OR WONDER ,
Added by LAURA FONTES on April 3, 2016 at 8:36pm — No Comments
Facebook has become a major channel for your friends to share and mourn the death of their loved ones. Unlike obituaries that follow an established format, there are no standards or rules for Facebook death announcements. Friends might write an actual death announcement, a…Continue
Added by Robbie Miller Kaplan on April 1, 2016 at 10:30am — No Comments
May we comfort those with anxiety & depression issues that have resulted from losing a love one....( 1Thess 5:11)...
1)Support & have empathy
2) Learn about it ( PTSD for example)
3) Continue to comfort our family and friends
We all have a fine line between actually experiencing this ourselves..
My heart goes out to those who continue to struggle with this
Added by T.C. Goodwin on March 31, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
Some may say to men " Don 't Cry" In some cultures, its considered unmanly to cry... Well, even Jesus cried ( John 11:33). He was the greatest man who ever lived! Crying is a normal part of grieving and we should cry if we need to do so. Holding this in is very harmful.
Added by T.C. Goodwin on March 30, 2016 at 11:28am — No Comments
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May you find comfort and strength from the God of all comfort.