• Hi. You all have been so great and sooo helpful. I still like to contribute here but I am also in need of a grieving/loss site. Is there one

    Asked by Mollie on Saturday, September 22, 2012

    Hi. You all have been so great and sooo helpful. I still like to contribute here but I am also in need of a grieving/loss site. Is there one

    On this site that's as user friendly? Please let me know if you are aware of this. Thanks everyone!!!

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    • carm's Avatar

      I am an oncology/end of life nurse and I believe compassion and connections is one. I do bereavement counseling if you need it also. Best of life to you, Carm.

      about 4 years ago
    • veesandee's Avatar

      It seems lately that I have lost more than ever. Last month, my father. A week after that, my best friend father past. Stepfather past about a year ago, Bother-in-law and my best male friend. I understand that this is the natural pregretion of life. These deaths were not a surprise. All were so sick from one thing or multiple. I find comfort that they are not suffering anymore!

      about 4 years ago
    • Carol-Charlie's Avatar


      this site looked good to me, but I haven't used it. I found it some time ago and bookmarked it. I also write poetry and have sent this to friends who have recently lost a loved one. I hope it helps you.

      Somewhere Near a Rainbow
      © 2010 by Carol Notermann

      There’s sunset at the end of day, so lovely to behold.
      Then Rainbows when a storm is done, all pink and blue and gold.
      But what will mark the end, of a life that’s held so dear?
      What will stop the pain, and dry away a tear?

      I cannot give an answer except to let you know
      That He is always with you wherever you may go.
      Comfort will be yours if you will close your eyes and see.
      That somewhere near a Rainbow – she will wait so patiently.

      That together you will be again, in Heaven for all time.
      You will look into her eyes and oh her eyes will shine.
      Until that day, we hope you’ll know - that friends are always here.
      We will hold you when you cry, and we will dry your tear.

      about 4 years ago
    • 1Survivor4life's Avatar

      contact the Stockton St Theresa's Cancer Institute there in Stockton and they can provide with contact info for support groups. I was treated there years ago and DR Purewall and his staff will help you out with anything you need.
      Take things one day at a time and let the process happen. It takes a while to come full circle with everything.

      Hang in there,
      may God bless you,
      Bill Dixon

      about 4 years ago

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