The death of a child is unimaginable. Your heart breaks into a million pieces as you ponder what their life would be like.
By Matt Logelin. Without the love of my life,I was now facing a lifetime as a single father to the daughter we were so excited to raise together.
I remember the moment I truly understood that aging happens to everyone, that death is inevitable and family is everything.
My current emotional state reminds me of something that happened in the depths of last winter. Though this September is a gift of perfect, gentle, sun-drenched days, it is my children who push back the fog.
Over the years, I've taken a keen interest in the response to death in our country. We don't like it. It makes us uncomfortable. Someplace deep inside, we believe if we're smart enough, fast enough, clever enough, it won't happen to us.
I have sat with a daughter with no life left.
Mom makes touch decision to find another family for her adopted son.
There are days when I wish I had never entertained the idea of returning to school, of becoming a nurse.
Rare Bird is the story of a family in pain, but it’s also the story of a family full of faith and love and resilience.
I didn’t want to love him. Five months into my pregnancy, I stared at the shadowy image that appeared on the ultrasound screen—a tiny baby boy who my obstetrician predicted would …
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