is the key to
survival for
bereaved parents
Talk to someone!

And through all the tears,
and the sadness
and the pain,
comes the one thought
that can make me
internally smile again:
   I have Loved!

   *   *   *   *
The first time a memory
slides over us like a wave
of warmth,
we have turned the
corner of our grief.

P. O. Box 1115
St. Peters, MO 63376

Bereaved Parents of the USA, National Gathering

Articles by Margaret Gerner
Articles by Margaret Gerner | A Place | About Being Strong | Candles
How Many Children Do You Have? | If We Could Have a Lifetime Wish | Lights of Love
Look at yourself in the mirror | Nine Years or Nine Hundred | The Elephant in the Room
This I Can Share | Too Quiet | We cannot give you back | We Need to & Storms
Why Can't I Let Go | Why Clichés Drive Us Crazy | Wish
Poems on Time| Poems by Sascha | Miscellaneous

Articles by Margaret Gerner
4 Tasks of Grief
A Holiday Memorial
A Life Revisited
After Death Experiences
Adult Loss of a Sibling
Anniversary Reaction
Arthur at 34 years, a special visit
How to Help Grieving Co-Workers
Controlling Holiday Anxieties
Death by Murder
Different Places
Experience of GRIEF
First Holiday Season
Grief and the Adult Child
Grief and Your Health
Grieving Children & Holidays
Holidays and Bereaved Grandparents
Holiday Expectations
How to Help Grieving Co-workers
How to Vent Anger
Marriage & Grief
Potholes of Grief
Say Their Names
Some Thoughts on Grief
Sudden/Accidental Death
Suicide Child
Tapping Your Own Resources
Tapping Your Own Resources II
Tasks of Grief--Where Are You?
The Grief of Children
The Grief of Men
The Myth of Perfect Parenthood
The New Year
To Bereaved Grandparents
When the Aging Outlive their Children
Writing as Therapy


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