His mission is to help those suffering the heartache of bereavement, having had the tragic trauma of losing 3 children himself, one of whom he delivered
Betsy has a poem: Grief is like clothing. Sometimes it is heavy like a coat and sometimes light like a sweater. Grief is always there because we wear it all the time!
Frank goes into great detail about his grieving experiences, the caregiver guilt, lack of support for men, and what the promise was that Frank kept. Frank tells a very harrowing experience being on a sailboat in an awful storm alone at sea on…
Dani discusses grieving her twin brother, how people don’t know what to say to a grieving person, and the challenges of Mental Health Care Issues.
We all have a choice to live in the now and find happiness and peace in the present!
Host Lisa Skinner tells a deeply personal story of her first experience seeing the impacts of brain disease on a loved one, her grandmother.
Lillian Cauldwell discussed with Lisa Skinner the pitfalls of becoming a Caregiver for a person with Alzheimer’s since their personality and behavior change frequently and drastically.
Mortal Things is a very intense powerful heart-touching novel that will make you think, cry and laugh!
There have been some changes for Betsy and her son as they started going out for Thanksgiving Dinner and cooking Thanksgiving Dinner on Christmas Eve!
“Eva Monroe is returning from a three-week business trip, one in which she left her five-year-old son in the care of her estranged ex-husband when the plane that’s taking her home crashes.”