death of a child
Parents have no choice but to go on after losing a child. Credit: Amazon.com
When a child dies, many parents, no doubt, want to die, too.That's not an option, of course -- especially when there are surviving children who still need...Grieving parents do not so much "recover" as "regenerate," says the author.
Ann Adams has been around ParentDish probably longer than I have, which is nearly two years. So, I don't think her name in the title needed a whole lot of explanation. I wrote here in December that Ann's daughter Carol had been diagnosed with termina...
This evening I was wondering where to "go" in my perusal of international blogs. And I have never been to Africa-- well, I have read Tertia's blog So Close, and we have covered her blog here at Blogging Baby before. But I wanted to explore other blog...
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