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Doug’s Blog on Grief
Doug’s Blog on Grief

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Doug invites you to log in and post comments at the end of each blog entry. He looks forward to hearing from you.


Note: Click on the blue button of each category to find all of the articles, past and present, for that specific category.


Now you can email Doug directly

Writing a blog without feedback is like singing a solo on a mountain in a high wind. In an effort to make it easier for you to respond and to give more feedback, we have set up a special email address so you can communicate directly with Doug: doug977@gmail.com


 





Doug’s Page

Doug invites you to log in and post comments at the end of each blog entry. He looks forward to hearing from you.


Note: Click on the blue button of each category to find all of the articles, past and present, for that specific category.


Now you can email Doug directly

Writing a blog without feedback is like singing a solo on a mountain in a high wind. In an effort to make it easier for you to respond and to give more feedback, we have set up a special email address so you can communicate directly with Doug: doug977@gmail.com


 





Current  Archive  
The Role of FaithJim Died
Thursday, October 1, 2015 
Jim Chastain died a few years ago, and of course he died right at Christmas. What else would we expect after all he had been through? Not many reading this post will have ever heard of Jim, and that is too bad. He was more than worth knowing. He was more... Read More
    
The Questions of GriefDoes it Ever Get Better?
Thursday, October 1, 2015 
We have walked together for the more than seven years following the death of her daughter. The daughter was killed suddenly by a senseless act of another and the pain has been deeper than anyone could describe or explain. We moved from... Read More
    
The Journey of GriefThe Fat Lady Never Sings
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 
I have observed for years that children grieve in segments related to their ages. If they lose a loved one when they are five, they work through the grief of a five-year-old. As they grow older they seem to pick it up... Read More
    
Living AloneI Am Not Hungry
Wednesday, July 8, 2015 
She said it in a conference last week. “I used to love to cook but, after my husband died, I don’t even want to eat, much less cook.” One of the real issues single senior citizens face... Read More
    
The Needs of GriefThe Elephant in the Room
Thursday, June 4, 2015 
I have a new friend whose wife of sixty-two years died a few months ago. Since I have been married for fifty-six years, I cannot imagine what kind of hole is left when a spouse... Read More
    
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