Our bereavement retreat in August this year is for families with teenage children willing to think about and share some of their experiences and emotions around life without their sibling. We also know that teenagers sometimes need to put the pain aside and just be normal again. Our goal is to offer both reflective release and hopeful perspective to both… Read more »
Tag: child loss
Be a part of our second bereavement retreat of the summer for families with older children that understood about the death of their sibling.
Spend a long weekend connecting with other families that have also lost a child to cancer. This weekend is best for families that are raising young children.
Last year on Valentine’s Day, we were preparing to leave for St. Jude—a final glimmer of hope for our son. Instead of going out on a date, my husband and I were at our local hospital getting a final dose of antibiotics infused into Rett hoping to protect him from a plane of germs. I… Read more »
About one year ago, we found Everett’s cancer in his liver. There were no signs of him having a health issue, until one day, I noticed his belly seemed hard and he was strangely inconsolable. We found out the type of cancer, a malignant rhabdoid tumor, is one of the rarer and most aggressive cancers… Read more »