Grief is real. It is a part of life and we will experience it sooner or later. Losses make a significant impact in our lives, they can affect our very soul and it is very important to grieve as much as it’s needed. This page is dedicated to those who are grieving the loss of a very significant loved one (including pets.) I want you to know that you are not alone. It is true, no one can feel your pain as you do but there are people around you that care enough to listen, to be company, to pray or just to be there in silence. If you don’t have anyone, please, reach out to someone. It makes a difference. Seek help in a church. Usually well-established churches have support groups. If you don’t feel at ease there, keep looking. God will put someone to help you. In my case, my husband Jeff has helped me tremendously. Don’t give up and stay connected to others and to our true Comforter no matter what.

I am still grieving the passing of the person I loved the most in this world. My brother. He was my hero in many ways. I was totally unprepared for this, but I knew that I needed to seek God. I knew without a doubt that I could not make it without Him. I will always be thankful that He allowed me to think that way, and even though, I did not have a very large support system, (and still don’t,)  He is helping me and teaching me many things. The making of this site is a result of that devastating experience. Seek God. If you are mad, seek God. If you are hopeless, seek God. If you want to die, seek God. Even if you don’t feel a relief and the pain seems unbearable, seek God. God is with you always.

My e-mail is if you need to talk to someone.

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Note: the picture on this post is not mine. I found it in “images of grief” in Google search. I don’t know who took it, therefore, I can’t give credit.