Posts Tagged ‘dealing with grief’


Monday, March 11th, 2013
IMGLile   One year ago today a beautiful, smart and curious young seven year-old boy named Lile went for a hike on his family’s ranch. It was the same ranch where he searched for arrowheads with his Dad and Mom, where he Read More....

Surviving the Holidays After Loss

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
When your heart is broken in grief, you’re not sure how you are going to get through the next day, much less the holidays. Holidays should be spent with the ones we love. It’s a time of celebration, of giving to those we care about. So, if your loved one has died, please don’t think I am in any way making light of the hole you must feel in the center of your being. I only wish to offer ways to honor and remember the one who is gone from your life. My brother committed suicide wheRead More....

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?

Thursday, August 27th, 2009
Almost two weeks ago we were in Canada with our boys who were at hockey camp. We got a text and some emails from friends about some news back in Aspen. It brought both of us to tears and once again we wondered, "Why do the hard things happen to some of the best people?" A man and his family were vacationing in Aspen. I'm not sure how long they were here but they had been having fun, visiting friends and playing with other families (I think) from Kansas City, Missouri. It had all been great anRead More....