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s walker

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My life for the past few years 😔
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AudibleLifeStream

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Grief, like death, is a journey of spiritual transformation.
https://youtu.be/SHloQp_u1-Q
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You're welcome, Janet. Thanks for your thoughtful comment. Yes, we experience grief because we have loved. How interesting the timing of me posting the video. Journey well.
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AudibleLifeStream

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Your grief can be spiritually transformative. “Soul Comfort” will be officially released on January 29. It can be pre-ordered now. See https://youtu.be/ZlvP4LZoHrg
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Jesse Dill

Quotable Quotes On Grief  - 
 
This was an amazing read. So very very true. The scars we carry are from those friendships and loves in the past. The waves of grief will always continue but we will ultimately be happy again, if only we allow ourselves to be.


http://www.tickld.com/x/old-man-explains-death-and-life-to-grieving-young-man

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A memorial garden lives on. Live plants, by their nature, can provide soothing comfort to you during your bereavement. 
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Tessa Williams

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Always on my mind, forever in my heart.
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Healing The Grief

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Grief on Father's Day can be rough for one's who have lost their father or father's who have lost a child. There are ways to help you cope....
Whether you are grieving the loss of your father or if you are a father grieving the loss of a child, Father's Day can be rough on the emotions. If the loss is recent, the pangs of sorrow can be ov...
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Elder Tillman

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Please pray for my family and I, I lost my step dad of 25 years today, he is still breathing but in a coma with prostrate cancer spread everywhere. I miss him so much. It hurts bad
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Yes, +Michael Tillman, your grief reveals your deep love for him.
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Annie Mitchell

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https://payhip.com/b/QTPe
my first book after my loss
This is true story about a Scottish Mother who when she becomes upset she begins to recite poetry using the language which comes natural to her. The setting begins in Edinburgh City then moves onto Dundee Angus area, where the petite Scottish Lassie called...
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Jesse Dill

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Steady like the winding flow of a river, Rhythmic as the ticking of a clock, I put one foot in front of the other, gaining ground and moving forward, just one stride at a time.  One mile, Two miles, then Three, and in between pains sneaking in here or there trying to get me to give up or stop. Occasional thoughts enter my mind trying so hard to persuade me into giving up or slowing down but I push them out with positive thoughts and loving memories. My mind wonders here and there, trying to find reason in situations whether past or present. As my strides continues, as does the therapy session, leaving all the negativity and weight caused by those thoughts on the trail behind me.
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Helping Others Through Grief, Loss, and Bereavement

s walker

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I was thinking to myself ,it's been 5yrs since my nephew was murdered on the eastside of Detroit MI . We haven't heard anything at all and i have been trying to respect the process and the detective that was on the case wishes by not contacting her becz she only wants to deal with the parents of mt nephew, which his mother is my older sister.
But my patients has worn thin and my respect for the procedure an process is going right out the window 😠. I really need to know my nephew death is still being treated with the up most importance just like everyone elses .
I really feel helpless , becz being a mother & grandmother myself i have great concerns of the safety of the rest of my love ones with all that's going on in this world and becz, I am a woman of god that is the only thing getting me through this darn nightmare 😭.
The lord has blessed me with 4 grandsons and one more is due the beginning of the yr and I have been so scared . I still cry sometimes wen im alone .
I been having emotional breakdowns and pushing ppl I love away .
To tell you the truth i want to just lock my only son in the house just becz i fear what i can't control. He's my only son and my nephew was my first baby . I worry about my girls but not like i do my son 😟.


Please pray for me becz i feel like I'm starting to fall.


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JUST HAD TO VENT TO MUCH TO MUCH HAS BEING GOING ON IN THE WORLD AND TO PPL AROUND ME. 😟
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AudibleLifeStream

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Can your grief be transformative? See the article http://in5d.com/your-grief-can-be-transformative/
by Alistair Conwell, Guest writer, In5D.com If you’ve ever experienced losing the physical connection with someone, or even with a pet, you would have experienced grief. Grief is a normal, instinct…
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Harmony Schultz

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I do Memorials for free just add me as a friend and send me a picture to edit and when I finish I will send it to you and all you have to to is print it and frame it.
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email me a picture with her info
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Angels212

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When a #relationship ends it can be a challenging #process. At #Angels212 we understand and we want to help:  http://www.angels212.com/us/about-us/angels212-blog/18-coping-when-your-relationship-ends
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Buffy Andrews

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Open only if I die Love Mom" the envelope said. She died & they did. 

I can't help wondering how many of us have written "Open only if I die" letters to our children. There's comfort, I think, in knowing that if you leave this world unexpectedly your children will know how much you loved them. Even if you've told them you love them daily (and how many of us can truly say that we do that), there's something about leaving behind a letter for them to find. A letter is permanent, something they can hold in their hands and read over and over. It's lasting, a treasure worth more than anything you could've bought them.
Have you written such letters? Or is it only when death might be near that we put pen to paper? I wonder...

http://bit.ly/1iwVzut http://bit.ly/1iwVzut 
The edges of the front of the small, white envelopes were charred slightly black, the hands that handled them the same color, both smelling of smoke.
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Jesse Dill

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I am constantly looking for little reminders of adrienne. Today I was going through old messages and came across this gem.... 
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Thank you +sheila yoakam-lawrence it made my day and brings me joy! 
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Buffy Andrews

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+ereadernews today featuring Ella's Rain for 99 cents. This is a must-read! Definitely the type of book you will think about long after you've read the last word!   http://www.amazon.com/Ellas-Rain-Buffy-Andrews-ebook/dp/B00QFYALBI
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Buffy Andrews

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I wanted to share one of the 365 inspirational notes from the book ELLA'S RAIN. I just love Grandma D and her notes of wisdom to Ella. I thank God for giving me the gift of writing and I hope I've lived up to His expectations. Many of you who know me, know that I've lost a lot of loved ones in a short span of time. Writing this book helped me deal with my grief and I hope that it helps others. Please share with your friends. It would be great if this book reached millions and helped them the way it helped me. Blessings to you all, B


Note # 350

My dearest Ella,

Don’t keep score.

I was reminded of this today when the pastor talked about the parable of the vineyard. I’ll be the first to admit I’ve always have a hard time with this parable. It certainly doesn’t leave me with a warm, fuzzy feeling. We usually have our antenna up when we see unfairness, especially when it involves us.

In this parable, the workers weren’t upset because they’d been paid what they’d been promised. They were angry because the owner gave the workers who came later and worked fewer hours the same wages. “You made them equal to us,” the laborers who had toiled all day said.

This parable speaks against the attitude that we think we deserve more. There’s no question it’s a parable about God’s grace. It’s also about judgment. But the thing I want you to think about is the keeping score part. It’s impossible to have any positive relationships with others if we’re keeping track. There are always going to be people who do less than we do. If we keep score and constantly judge there won’t be much fellowship.
We only condemn generosity when we feel we deserve more than others. Don’t walk through life dragging a scoreboard.

Love you bunches and bunches, Grandma


http://www.amazon.com/Ellas-Rain-Buffy-Andrews-ebook/dp/B00QFYALBI/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
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have been dealing with a lot of stress trying to work through all the crap. all with being sick and not feeling my best at times.. haven't really let anyone in... don't know really why...I guess hard to share my pain...
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Thanks for letting us in on your mental state, +sheila yoakam-lawrence. I hope you can share your pain with someone.
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Jesse Dill

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“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.”
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maybe you would like to find out what gift my son left me
http://about.me/annie_mitchell
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