George Tinning, Managing Director of The Co-operative Funeralcare, said: “The death of a loved one can be deeply distressing but at a time when people should expect sympathy and understanding, many gay people have faced poor treatment as a result of discrimination and this is simply unacceptable.”
The hardest thing to hear was that my child died. I've heard that statement 3 times. The news always delivered the same way too. It is @)#$% the worst. Survivor of 2 miscarriages and 1 stillbirth. More
"my name is james buchanan barnes, and the last thing i remember is dying" -winter soldier, the bitter march
My love..words won't stick under the picture the way I want... Maybe this wasn't the time for those words yet... Maybe letting you know I am alright now is enough for the moment.. Soon I'll try again.. Please sleep tight my precious..you feel tired... Thanx for the strength you send me...I really needed that. Feels like you are a part of me that is to big for this life.. I can't handle that very well....
Death by Meeting Infographic This guide is based on the non-fiction book, “Death by Meeting” by Patrick Lencioni. It’s a scathing analysis of the problems with corporate meetings. With any luck, his...
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"When the grief is fresh and intense we might take some wild ideas for a test drive but to move toward healing and return to joy requires that we press this one idea deeply into our souls until it begins to impact us at the level of our feelings: 'I can trust God with this.' 'I can trust God with this' has all kinds of implications that bring peace in the midst of griefs chaotic thoughts and emotions. It means: I can trust God with the timing of my loved ones death. I can trust God with the