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Losing a parent

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Quotes about Loss of both parents (12 quotes)

Following Michael Brown's death, I went to Ferguson and met with his parents. I stood with them as they tried to hold their heads high and deal with both their immense loss and the larger issues of police-community relations.

Grief researcher Anna Baglione PhD shares how loss of her father guided her life choices. She helps us understand what a child goes through when they lose a parent.

Grief researcher Anna Baglione PhD shares how loss of her father guided her life choices. She helps us understand what a child goes through when they lose a parent.

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editor’s note: This post was originally published in July of 2014 but has been updated to include recent events. The first few weeks of grief after losing a child are a mixture of rage, sadness, helplessness and fear: An unstable concoction that can react and explode at any given moment.  As someone who can now count [...]

editor’s note: This post was originally published in July of 2014 but has been updated to include recent events. The first few weeks of grief after losing a child are a mixture of rage, sadness, helplessness and fear: An unstable concoction that can react and explode at any given moment. As someone who can now count [...]

4 Ways to Help When Your Friend Loses a Parent

These are tangible, useful ways to help a friend who has lost a parent. If you're looking to help, be there when everyone else leaves.

Remembering my father|Ripped Jeans and Bifocals

Yesterday was my last day employed by the bourbon distillery where my father worked 17 years. I made it 31 months. It wasn’t that I didn’t inherit his stamina and work ethic. My co-workers were interesting, good people, with laid back, comedic and gossipy personalities one grows up around in a small town. Time tick […]