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Johnny Cash – These Men With Broken Hearts


Johnny Cash – These Men With Broken Hearts – Tribute to Hank Williams. The Only other one that ever gave it the same meaning as Hank Williams did. I Do Not Own The Rights For This.


South Korea school locked down by grief over sunken ferry

Filed under: comfort grief

Despite classes being suspended, scores of Danwon High students have continued coming to school, seeking comfort in each other's company and watching news footage of the ongoing rescue operations on a monitor in the main assembly hall.


Column: Heaven gained, but we lost, an angel

Filed under: comfort grief

They have been, this past week, moving through that tearful netherworld we enter when grief first arrives, where we act and talk “normally,” but our minds and hearts are numb, a protective mechanism against huge pain. Loss hits worse days, months and …

The 5 Steps to Acception?

Question by Akatsuki’s Artist-un: The 5 steps to acception?
Um… it’s like denail, acception, anger, and two other thing. I need them in order though. I really need it. I forget what the actual name of the steps is too. Is it The 5 steps to acception?

Yes, that’s what i’m looking for and I suddenly remembered what its called. The 5 steps of Tragedy. Or something like that.

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Answer by [nameless~light] of akatsuki
I think it’s the Five Stages of Grief? “Acception” isn’t a word.

Five Stages Of Grief

Grief Counseling NJ, Essex County Grief Therapy Services


Grief Counseling NJ, Essex County Grief Therapy Services – Do you need grief counseling in Essex County New Jersey? Are you coping with the loss of a loved one, going through a difficult time with a divorce or break-…


MitchMash: De La Salle spotlight shouldn't neglect all the losses

Filed under: grief counseling nj

As ESPNU cameras prepare to roll for the Spartans' first East Coast challenger – Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.) – graphics will no doubt reveal the implausible 151-game win streak, the 16 consecutive section crowns and Coach Bob Ladouceur's absurd 334 …
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Engaged pair, teen athlete among dead in bus crash

Filed under: grief counseling nj

A Mother’s Journey of Loss


A Mother’s Journey of Loss – Loss of a 5 month old boy to SIDS.


Products made for die-hard Twins fans — to the end

Filed under: grieving the loss of a child

It's crowned with a carefully preserved autographed baseball, signed with loving messages from her children, grandchildren and squiggly scrawls from her young great-grandchildren. Arnold was known as the “couch coach.” She never … 'We're going to …
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REVIEW: 'Thunderstruck and Other Stories,' by Elizabeth McCracken

Filed under: grieving the loss of a child

A young girl injures her head on a family trip to Paris; a dead child haunts her mother, who tries to scour her way out of pain. McCracken is too fine a writer to let her prose turn maudlin, even as she enfolds her stories in matters of grief. In …
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Stalker Monologue Audition


stalker monologue audition – Stalker Monologue.


Murrysville woman claims she's Virgin Mary's cousin 65 times removed

Filed under: grief father

Mary Beth Webb, of Murrysville, said she began searching her ancestry in 2010 after years of "communicating" with her deceased mother, father and brother. While doing the research on over a two-year period, Webb discovered the connection …
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Deputy headmaster found dead

Filed under: grief father

As hope has faded, the gymnasium has become a cauldron of anger and despair. On Friday, medical staff darted around the hall, attending to parents convulsing and screaming in grief. At least 20 parents have had treatment for shock at the local hospital …
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Respond To, “to Be or Not to Be”?

Question by Canada: Respond to, “To be or not to be”?
So a friend of mine posted their facebook status saying, “To be on not to be… that is the question”

I want to think of something deep to counter their quote.
Shakespeare if possible, but anything works.

The best I got was, “It’s not what you are, but what you can become.”

Brownie points if you can give me Star Wars quotes 😉

Thank you for the input but we need to raise it up a notch.
A friend responded before us and said, “Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles…”

we need to one up this!

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