Seeking support after a loss: Spotlight on Salt Water

Loss is horrible. We all face it, yet it is still a solitary journey of pain, anger, sorrow and sadness. Our heart aches as we physically feel our emotions radiate or maybe we become so numb that we can’t feel anything at all. I want to share a wonderful resource, Salt Water that is providing a community of support to people coping with loss.

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Creating a Legacy for Your Child

Guest Blogger, Sara Stamp Founder of Layla’s Legacy

Losing a child is every parent’s worst nightmare. It’s why when someone learns you’ve lost a child, their first response is typically “I can’t even imagine what you’re going through.” Truly, they can’t because our brains aren’t wired that way. Sigmund Freud once said that people run towards pleasure and run away from pain. Thank you Captain Obvious. What is more painful than imagining the death of your child? In short – nothing.

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Using Music, Nature and Friendship to Help Families Cope with Cancer

When a child becomes sick, the whole family becomes sick. Navigating this complex and emotional healthcare journey is exhausting. By having services available to support families is crucial. One amazing organization that has been doing this since 1995, is the Children’s Cancer Association.

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