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Category Archives: Dealing with grief
It’s “Are You Ok?” Day today in Australia. Pity this wasn’t around in 2008. Our lovely daughter, Miriam, aged 24, was lost to suicide late September 2008. She had been suffering depression but, because she lived away from home, and … Continue reading
It’s almost 3 years since we lost our beloved Mirri. The first year dragged by and I lived in total fear that year. Fear for what our future held, fear for how my husband was coping, fear for our whole … Continue reading
Well, that’s what it feel like. For well over a year I’ve not gone to business events or meetings, attended church events, and only occasionally gone to church when Graham has felt up to it. Even then there were some … Continue reading
I was catching up with some blog reading via my reader and noticed that Rodney Olsen had a post that touched on an event in our own family. Lifeline has a new awareness campaign relating to suicide and in particular … Continue reading
Spring of course. I was reading those exact words in a newsletter I was preparing for a client to go out shortly. He wrote about the economic times and how some will use the winter to prepare for spring while … Continue reading
This past year has been one of tremendous upheaval and change. A year ago if someone would have told us we would lose a daughter, make plans to shift to the country, our family was going to increase and different … Continue reading
If you read this and other blogs you will know that we lost a daughter 3 months ago today. Travelling since that time has been hard, difficult and slow going and there are days when we feel like we’re not … Continue reading