Monthly Archives: February 2014

“Slump” by Kelly Farley

Slump Call it winter blues, a sump, depression or whatever else describes feeling like I’ve been feeling.  The last couple of months have been a struggle for me.  I know deep down it is all part of the “new me” … Continue reading

Posted in Death of a baby, Death of a Child, Death of a daughter, Death of a son, Depression, Emotions, Grief, Grieving Dads, Happiness, Hope, Loss of a Child, Loss of a Son, Men's Grief, Peace, Perspective | Tagged , , , | 7 Comments

“Friendships and Forever”

The following piece was sent to me by a fellow grieving dad, Kirk L.  The topic is based on how our friends respond to us after our losses, how our circle of friends change and our new perspective on our … Continue reading

Posted in Friends, Grief, Grieving Dads, Grieving Dads Project, Grieving Dads: To the Brink and Back, Loss of a Child, Men's Grief | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

“Permission to Go”

The following was sent to me from a fellow grieving dad, Michael M. and it hits on several points that I connect with.  The biggest one is the difficult discussion/decision of letting your child go.  Many of us have had to … Continue reading

Posted in Agonize, Cancer, Death of a Child, Death of a son, Devastation, Faith, Grieving Dads, Loss of a Son | 9 Comments