A Place to Honor Grief This page is a place that men or women can honor the person in their life who died by writing about a part of their own grief and healing.
My vision is that it could Mendus unconditional love not only as a memorial but as a place that any bereaved person on the www could come and read about others who have experienced a similar loss.
The following links are the writing of people on the net who have had the courage to send me a part of their experience with grief. The three categories are in chronological order each beginning in spring of when this page officially opened.
The Honor Page is now closed for new submissions. Brian Wood writes of the death of his daughter Liana. Barbara39 years old, writes of her stepson Joe, 20, and shares a friends tribute to him.
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Jamie Gibbs, 33, writes of her grief for her two sons and their brief lives. Bo Jonsson of Sweden, writes about his grief for his son Mattias. Stan Waisbrod of South Africa writes of his grief for his son Steven. April Tilley writes of her grief for her infant son Tyler.
Lora Czarnowsky, writes of her grief and anger for the death of her infant son. Grietje Bossinga, of Australia, writes of the loss of her 19 year old son Damion. Patti Etheridge, 43, writes of the death of her son 13 year old son Michael. Marian Sinn, honors her sixteen year old daughter Rachel.
Cherie, 39, writes of living through the death of a child with faith in God as an anchor. Ned Levitt, honors his daughter Stacey who died at 18 and includes some of her poetry.
McDonald, 29, writes of her grief for her infant daughter Emily Anne. Vicki, 46, writes about honoring her son Jim and others on his birthday. Carol, 47, writes in memory of her daughters Tracy and Toni.
Ruth, talks of her experiences at the loss of her infant daughter Simone Joy. Kristine, 27, writes of the loss of her infant son, Jared. Dody, 44, writes about her love for Honey.
John and Kim, write of their little angel Courtney. Laura, 22, tells of the loss of her 2 sons. Debbi Dickinson, shares her poetry for her father and her children who have died. Tom and Mary, both 52, write of their daughter Roxanna… of their joy in her life and their grief at her passing.
Anne, 43, writes of her grief for her son John.
Jorge Oliveira, 54, of Portugal, writes about his daughter Rita, Sharon, 47, writes of her son, John. Mary Blando, 40, remembers her son and soul mate Tommy. Vicki Harmon, 25, writes about the loss of her infant daughter Samantha Grace.
Jeanette Wayne, 33, shares about the loss of her baby daughter, Olivia Grace. Jean, 42, remembers a truly inspirational and vivacious daughter taken far too early by Cystic Fibrosis.
Jeri, 49, honors the life and gift of her year old son, Jason. Gypsi, 40, writes of the worst loss of her life…. Bonnie Randolph, 36, of Laurel Maryland, writes of greiving for her twin son David. Sharon Meadows, 30, writes in memory of her infant daughter Megan Ashley Meadows. Rebekah, 27, shares her story of losing her infant son, Jonathan.
Delinn, 40, writes of the loss of her son Brandon…. Elizabeth, 46, shares a part of the life and legacy of her son, Wade.
April, 21, writes about her stillborn twins. Julia Miller, 34 yrs.The Honor Page is now closed for new submissions. Tom Golden LCSW of Crisis, Grief, and Healing. Maggie Mendus, 51, Mark Schaeffer, 43, honors his Moms unconditional love Sarah, 16, writes about the loss of her mother Sally Erhardt, 46, Writes about Father Gone to Heaven.
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Susan Mendus believes that a marriage vow is “a present intention to do something permanently, where that is distinct from having a permanent intention.” (Mendus, p. ) Mendus believes that marriage vows are unconditional, she doesn’t think that marriage is unconditional however.
Ed, Dad, Grandpa, and Great-Grandpa, we love you, and we will always miss your unconditional love and guidance, your cogent advice, and most of all, your endearingly dry Irish wit. Donations in Ed’s memory may be made to the Redemptorist Fathers’ Church or the Redemptorist Social Services Center.
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