Pages tagged with Loss Of A Loved One

This is a poem I wrote on my Grandads Birthday. He passed away after a extremely tough battle with cancer. He was more than a grandparent, he was a friend. The person who gave me strength even when he became week.
Life can be cruel but we always have a choice in the steps we take. We can't justify tormenting ourselves just because we feel that we have the right too. We must try to move forward.
Everybody loses a loved one. The pain that is felt is sometimes unbearable. I want to share a little of my story. Not for sympathy but to let you know, you're not alone. so grab yourself a cup of coffee and join me ...
Sadness hurts. It's a hard time. Fundamentally, it's a good thing. No, I'm not crazy nor have I fallen off my rocker.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime. This series will look at some of the questions for people struggling with grief.
There is no doubt that losing someone to death is one of the most painful and stressful events that we will ever experience in our lifetime. This series will look at some of the questions for people struggling with grief.
I lost an old friend this week and sought comfort once again in the ink of a pen and a blank piece of paper, I wish I could have written more into her life's story. I wish I had been a better friend.
I had lost two friends to the violence. T o me it seemed that real danger lived in the city, in the guns and knives, in the hungry eyes of a perverted scout master, but not within the hungry-eyed animals up on the mountain side starved through winter, or in the form of some ancient fa...
This is a heartfelt true story of how I lost a friend at a very young age.
A small poem dedicated to the brother I never knew.
The strength of love is unmistakable, unending, none quenching, and always there. Lost can never break the bond of love and nor the reality of the loss of love.
Not dealing with the the loss of a loved one will lead to health complications.
Death is something that a lot of people do not want to face, or even just to talk about. But is it something that we have to be afraid of? Is it really the end of a person's existence or could it be a start of something beyond our own understanding....
A poem about losing someone but still loving them unconditionally because of what they gave you to remember all the best memories
Depression can be traced clear back to Hippocrates!There are many in this world who feel they have no life, some to the extent of giving up and ending life. Traumatic experiences, isolation, and overall feelings of worthlessness creates pain and misery. But you can come out a winner!
To a little boy who came into this world to give us Joy even when he was in pain..
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