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Title of Mom

Title of Mom

Mother’s Day. A day of pure joy and pride. A day surrounded by love, kisses and hugs. A day of homemade cards and gifts. The life before cancer. Mother’s day now has a new meaning to me, as a bereaved mom. Although I am proud of the amazing humans that call me mom,...

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We Were Never Alone

We Were Never Alone

Today at work, my coworker I haven’t seen in a while, walked up to me and gave me a big hug “So sorry. Diagnosis day.” I was taken aback, as most people try not to mention days that are or can be difficult for me. I normally don’t show emotion at work (put on that...

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March 7

March 7

5 years today. 5 years ago today we heard those words no parent wants to hear. 5 years ago we met a murderer, and it was attacking our son. No length of time will soften the hurt. We will forever remember that day, that specific moment. That walk down the bright...

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Missing Our 14 year old

Missing Our 14 year old

Madox was born at the end of March. He was suppose to be an April baby but he was just too eager to join our family. He was tiny but full of life. He clung to me right from the beginning. We didn’t know it at the time, but we needed those 2 1/2 extra weeks to enjoy...

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Difficult Celebrations

Difficult Celebrations

    Another holiday season is upon us. While many are going through traditions, and family time, the bereaved are trying to navigate through it all. Many contemplate how to celebrate this holiday, if at all. The first year after a loved one has passed is...

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Never Gets Easy

Never Gets Easy

  Holidays don't get easier, regardless how long time has passed. Halloween was a month ago and I felt it was just as hard as previous years. Past years I tried so hard to fake it by decorating the house inside and out. Pumpkins would be carved days before....

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PTSD in Many Forms

PTSD in Many Forms

    When you hear the term PTSD, do you only think about people returning from war? That seems to be the most common association with that term; veterans and military. PTSD affects so many other people. People you may not have thought of.     I...

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First Days of School

First Days of School

    First day of school is an exciting time for most kids and parents. For my kids, they get to see all their old friends again, their favourite teachers and get into a new routine. For us as parents, we felt it as a milestone of starting a new grade,...

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4 Years

4 Years

    The day has come and gone. The day you were stolen from us. People call it an 'anniversary' but I hardly think of it as that. Some people think it's time to move on. I think those people are ignorant about grief, which I guess is good. Grieving a loved...

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Palliative Care

Palliative Care

    What does palliative care mean to you? It means different things to each of us, depending on if you had a loved one on palliative care or not.  WHO defines it as: "an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the...

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