Monthly Archives: October 2011

“Constant Mind F**K”

Constant Mind F**K A couple of weeks ago I interviewed fellow grieving dad, Bryan.  Bryan’s almost 3-year-old son Charlie had died about 7 months prior to complications with the flu.  I was interviewing Bryan for my upcoming Grieving Dads: To … Continue reading

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“Long Drive”

Long Drive I recently interviewed a grieving dad, Don, and we were discussing how we would often cry on our way to work in the morning.  I drove to work, but he took public transportation.  He said he would sit … Continue reading

Posted in anxiety, Bereaved, Compassion, Crying, Death of a baby, Death of a Child, Debilitating, Despair, Emotions, Fear, Grief, Grieving Dads Words, Loss of a Child, Loss of a Daughter, Loss of a Son, Pain, Tears, weeping, Words of Encouragement | 16 Comments