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Added by linda lowe on November 11, 2009 at 3:25pm —
It's 11/11 tomorrow. In the UK this is an important date as its the day the country remembers the people who have died in all the wars gone by.
20 years ago tomorrow my dad decided to take his own life on this day, the day that I will never be able to forget.
There have been years when I have gone past this date with hardly a sniff; maybe a little sadness but nothing like this year.
I am 32 now. Dad died when I was 12. There are hundreds of horrible things that happened in the… Continue
Added by sallie on November 10, 2009 at 5:06pm —
I found a good way to work through grief (and other issues) is reading the wisdom of others.
Personally, I read a great variety of books, articles, etc and take bits and pieces of each – the ones I feel would be a good fit into my life and belief system. This helps me to formulate a plan on how to move forward and makes me think about the types of new thoughts I want to incorporate in my daily life.
One of my favorite books is The Way of the Wizard, Twenty Spiritual… Continue
Added by Ellen Gerst on November 10, 2009 at 2:30pm —
I just listened to a beautiful song by Kevin who lost his father to cancer. I'm not sure where it is since I am still new here. It said it all for my son, Aaron and for my Dad, who both, died from cancer. I think it is posted on illness where it says cancer. Grateful for the song, today! Thank you, Kevin
Added by Lois Ann on November 10, 2009 at 11:16am —
after battling seeing my love fight for his life for over 3 years from this incidous disease called cancer, i had to say goodbye at the end of march of this year. i beat myself up every day that i wasnt there to be with him, and that my daughter wanted me home for the night. i had been with him every night and day, and one night i wasnt there he slipped away without me been there. i feel cheated, that we never made our 25th wedding annirversay, i still cannot feel him, or even know if he feels… Continue
Added by Bernadette on November 9, 2009 at 7:09am —
Hello my name is Mike Perla I'm from Encino CA . I am 24 years old and sadly I have lost my little sister in a tragic car accident 5 months ago she was on her way to prom. What brings me here is sadness im lost I dont know how to cope with this tragidy. I want help please somebody tell me how I can help my family. I feel like were the only ones in the whole world that are going through this horrible pain.
Added by mike perla on November 9, 2009 at 12:36am —
My daughter was murdered when someone broke into our house 1 month ago. Not a minute goes by that I don't wish that it would of been me and not her. I am in hell and don't know what to do. I have other children that I am trying to help through this, and it kills me to have to pretend that I can make it through this. I love her so much, I feel as if I will never be happpy again. Continue
Added by Tammy Love on November 8, 2009 at 7:17pm —
as the holiday season approches I find my heart getting heavier,thinking of the past when happy and my husband with me,now all I can do is remember christmas eve is when he was laid to rest,.I feel as though it gets harder everyday and to think of thanksgiving what is there to be thankful for? does anyone feel the same as I as the only peace we will have is when we are laid to rest beside them?
Added by violet la pollo on November 8, 2009 at 9:58am —
To all the Alyce Brown Champlin Family you have our deepest
sympathy. She was a beautifuy peson great loss love and
blessings Jean Cornell and Rick Regan
Added by rich on November 5, 2009 at 2:28pm —
While in my twenties, a close friend’s mom died. My friend shared the time and place of the visitation and yet I chose not to attend. I had good excuses; I was living in a large city and was unfamiliar with the part of town where the visitation was held. Also, my faith does not hold visitations and I had no idea what to expect. I chose to write a condolence note and I stayed away. The day after the visitation, before my note arrived, my friend called. During our conversation, she told me… Continue
Added by Robbie Miller Kaplan on November 5, 2009 at 6:00am —
My walk has been long but I will not complain. My lessons have been for many so I will share
Added by Stacy Anthony on November 3, 2009 at 1:31pm —
Life is too short. Hug someone today and tell them that you love them.
Added by cheryl autry on November 2, 2009 at 6:57pm —