The relationship between a child and her parent is unlike any other. This is the person who teaches her how to love, how to handle herself when she feels entirely overwhelmed, and how to stand up for herself like no other. And since losing them, they've inadvertently taught her how to survive on her own. … Continue reading To the Guy Who Loves a Girl With A Parent In Heaven
I must rediscover who I am without your alive. I must pull away the sorrow and bring in the happiness again.
I love him more than words can describe, but I’m not ready.
If only, 1- 800-HEAVEN was a real number.
Easter is here. You’re probably hating every hour, minute, and second of the preparations and celebrations. Every inch of your body is aching and holding back from having an anxiety attack in front of the people around you. You just want to scream because all of the mothers and fathers are making you feel uncomfortable. … Continue reading How To Survive Easter When You’re Parentless
Music is a powerful way to connect with others. We listen to music in the car, at work, at a house, or anywhere we can. Lyrics can make us break down and cry or smile. Either way, music is always connecting with us. When you lose a parent, your world turns upside down. You never … Continue reading 10 Songs Everyone Who Lost A Parent Needs To Listen To
Every kid has a stuffed animal he or she BRING EVERYWHERE. The toy most likely has been there for the start and has a special bond. It's his or her first best friend. Nothing can separate the two because the stuffed animal helps get through all the scary milestones and new place outside of the … Continue reading My Daughter’s Favorite Stuffed Animal Means The World To Both Of Us
I miss you every day. My mind does not go a day without thinking about you. I wish I could unwind the thought of missing you. I can you watching over me but it’s not same and upsets me. I wish you could be closer than the made up set in my mind. I just … Continue reading Heaven Cannot Be Any Closer
The last time the Eagles went to the Super Bowl was in 2005. My parents were both alive. I was 16. My dad and I were cheering for the Eagles. My mom and my brother were cheering for the Patriots. It's one of my favorite memories of my family because no other Super Bowl separated … Continue reading Thirteen Years Ago When The Eagles Last Played in the Super Bowl
Another year means more things my parents will miss and can’t attend. It also means more advice I could have used from them when things are going downhill. On top of that, it means I have to wake up every day knowing I can’t text or call either of them. The painful thoughts of reality … Continue reading I Have To Survive Another Year Without My Parents