Monday, October 26, 2015

Six Things I Wish People Knew About Grieving the Loss of a Child

Grieving the loss of a child is a grief that is unique. It is a loss that is still largely considered taboo, and when someone experiences the tragic loss of losing a child, there are very few societal norms that can guide family and friends when their loved one finds themselves in the path of an unfathomable loss. I lost my daughter a year and half ago, and I still consider my grief to be very new. But it surprises me every time I meet up with a friend or see family, and their reactions to my pain. Here, I’ve compiled the six things I wish people understood about grieving the loss of a child:

Sunday, October 25, 2015

The C word

The C Word Adaptation of Lisa Lynch's candid book about her experience of cancer, based on her popular blog which was launched shortly after her diagnosis at age 28. Starring Sheridan Smith.

I was watching this movie, about a 28th yer old Lisa who had breast cancer and losing her battle.

I praise God that my two cysts I had were not cancerous.