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Emotions July 9, 2008

Posted by makingyourdashcount in compassionate friends, Life Journey, mourning, Sarah Krause.

I am a firestorm of emotions.  Work is busy, if not overwheming at the moment.  The situation with Dad drains me.  And in a week or so, we are off to the Compassionate Friends Conference to meet, talk with and affirm experiences with 1500 other grieving parents and siblings. 

I know this will be empowering and draining at the same time.  Since losing Sarah….  Well, to be more correct, since losing my baby brother Adam three years prior, I have avoided social situations and crowds; I have lost my desire to small talk.    ALTHOUGH… in mixed emotion…

It will be good spending time with people who “get it.”  No pity, no sympathy.  Compassion, discussions and hopefully some ways to address the real changes that happen when people lose their children. I know there will be tears, but also know that it is a safe place to share them.  Everyone there will cry.  We will cry in sadness for our children, but also in the comfort that our new friends understand.

If you will be there, I look forward to meeting you.


1. txlouise - July 9, 2008

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Please visit my on -line[free of costs] organization at


We also have a private forum for grieving parents
Thank you
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Co~founder of MCLG

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