Monday, January 19, 2009

Grief... a blog to check out


Grief is painful, personal, and can seem never-ending. I have linked below to a wonderful writer who knows grief and can put it into words, and by putting her feelings into words... she helps others in the same position.


Please check the previous links to her blog to read two very heartwarming entries about two different grief experiences, one the loss of a spouse, and one the loss of a child.


I will be interviewing Linda Della Donna in the future so she can share more of her knowledge and experience in dealing with grief, but until then, please check out her blog. You will not be sorry. She is heartwarming and real. She puts into words what others are feeling and don't know what to do with.


And she cares. Like me, we want to reach our readers with words that show we care, we want to help, and you matter.


Grief is painful, personal, and real. The grief of loosing a child is different than that of loosing a spouse but it is still deep, painful, and agonizing. Our job as writers is to show you there is hope and that life does go on.


Check out her blog and refer others to her blog as well as mine for more information and resources to help you get through your grief experience. And leave comments so we know more of what you need.


http://griefcase.blogspot.com/

http://heartfeltwords4kids.blogspot.com/

5 comments:

Judy said...

Hi Terri,
Always a wonderful resource for people in need of comfort - thank you for all you do to help others.

Take care,
Judy

http://www.localfoodconnections.com

Theresa Schultz said...

Terri,

You're so good about updating your blog. Another great entry!

Theresa
Stress-FreeParent.blogspot.com

Theresa Schultz said...

By the way and way off topic Terri. I got my copy of Flat belly Diet, so I'll try it out next week. How are you liking it? I'll let you know how I do.

Theresa

Suzanne Lieurance said...

Terri,

I can't wait to read the interview with Linda Della Donna. She's a great example of someone who reached out to help others in need. And the results have been truly amazing.

Suzanne Lieurance
The Working Writer's Coach
http://www.workingwriterscoach.com

Keri Mikulski said...

What an amazing resource, Terri! Great post.