Where is your Phillips head screwdriver? You’re gonna need it.
Poet Brian Bowers on grief and goodbyes, and the way love is woven through them both.
One mother shares her journey with her special needs child.
Brian Whitney reflects on love, loss, and the twists and turns of life on the passing of his pet.
If you’ve ever lost a child, a pregnancy, or perhaps even the ability to become pregnant in the future, don’t allow others to tell you how or how long you should grieve.
Louise Thayer offers a poetic message to her past lovers.
Barry Adkins walked 1,400 miles to speak in different schools about his loss of a son due to binge drinking. But the walk itself showed him so much – forgiveness, grief, and moving forward.
This comment of the day was by Scott Brezenski on the post “Why We Need to Give Men Permission to Grieve.”
Tyler Jacobson reflects on the lessons his mom taught him, and the seeds she left behind for the garden of his children’s lives.
Perhaps what I gained most from my father’s death was experiencing his humanity in real time. Not just as my dad. But as a man.
Being separated from your children opens a hole in your heart and in your life.
This comment was by trey1963 on the post “Gay or Straight: 5 Ways Men Struggle With Their Masculinity.”