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How to survive Mother’s Day when you’re grieving

Courtesy of TheGuardian.com | By Sophie Tull | Originally Published 05.11.2018 | Posted 06.14.2018 I am sure these tips are applicable to those for Father's Day as well.  I flinch every time Mother’s Day is mentioned: every time I open... Continue Reading →

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I’m So Sorry for My Loss

Courtesy of TheNewYorkTimes.com | By Mary Cella | Illustration by Cari Vander Yacht | Originally Published 05.12.2018 | Posted 06.09.2018 Ms. Cella is a comedian. This is my ninth motherless Mother’s Day, and while I still feel a little that... Continue Reading →

My mother told me it would take 5 years to ‘get over’ her death. Here’s where I’m at a decade later.

Courtesy of TheLilly.com | By Sarah Dunton | Originally Published 04.12.2018 | Posted 05.02.2018 PERSPECTIVE | Suggestions for living without your mother Sarah Dunton April 12 The cruel irony of losing your mother is that right after her death is when... Continue Reading →

Today is My Mom’s Birthday

Today my mother, Helena Barbara Brown Sales, would have turned 75. Mom died 19 years ago in an automobile accident while coming home from vacation. We lived in Atlantic City, NJ.  Mom loved traveling to New York City to take... Continue Reading →

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