Bob’s story is one of faith, courage, and building relationships.
Dealing with Loss
Lindsay has dealt with her son being in and out of prison for years. It has been difficult, but she knew what she had to do.
One day just after I got duty as a firefighter about four years ago (age 43), I drove to a doctor’s appointment in Orlando where I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. I did not see it coming. I knew I was shaking a lot but Parkinson’s doesn’t happen to me.
Mary has had a great deal of loss in her life, yet has found a way to deal with the loss and lead a very happy life in spite of her difficult challenges. She has lost five children and two husbands over the last eighty-plus years. Read the story or click below to listen . […]
When my best friend died unexpectedly a few years ago, it was a shock and tremendous loss. My early life experience of avoiding loss by stuffing emotions never served me; the unresolved emotions tainted all of my later relationships in ways that it took me years to recognize. Much later in my life (through therapy […]
Who would have thought that a beloved pet would ever die? There they are, with you every day, waiting for you to come home, always happy to see you and to love you. We got Brenna, our Bernese Mountain dog, when she was just a couple of months old, and my wife was getting ready […]