My dear friend: As we begin a new year, it’s hard not to think about how different our lives are going to be. It seems so
Supporting a Friend Through Loss
Yesterday, someone I know asked for advice. Her friend, 4.5 months pregnant, was told that her son would likely not survive,
I have a bit of insight for you. And it’s probably the best advice I could give anyone reading. SAY SOMETHING. Super simple.
I get it. I really do. Working in healthcare has given me a brand new insight into what it’s like to watch people you care
Over the years, I’ve learned to ignore anything that comes after the words “at least” as it relates to the loss of my son.
When your child dies, you immediately become part of what is unofficially known as “the grief club.” This is a global
Before I had children, my cousin lost his third child to anencephaly, a condition in which the forebrain does not develop.