Monthly Archives: September 2012

“Powerful”

The following is a link to a video on YouTube of comedian Anthony Griffith doing a “story telling” session called “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”  The story is his and its about what … Continue reading

Posted in Cancer, Courage, Crying, Death of a Child, Death of a daughter, Devastation, Emotions, Grieving Dads, Grieving Dads Words, Loss of a Daughter, Pain, weeping | 3 Comments

Barely Above a Whisper

I am excited to introduce guest blogger Tony to the Grieving Dads Project website.  He is a recently bereaved father and will bring a lot of the early raw emotion that I struggle conveying at times since I am now 8 … Continue reading

Posted in Death of a Child, Death of a son, Devastation, Grieving Dads, Grieving Dads Words, Loss of a Son, Suicide, Survival | 7 Comments

“Scared to Look Back”

The following article comes from a fellow grieving dad and guest blogger Thom Gonyeau.  He is kind enough to share his story and also discuss some of the challenges he faces as he moves forward through the aftermath of losing … Continue reading

Posted in anxiety, Courage, Death of a baby, Death of a Child, Death of a son, Devastation, Loss of a Child, Loss of a Son, Men's Grief, Men's Issues, Miscarriage, SIDS, Stillbirth, Trauma | 16 Comments

“Call for Guest Bloggers”

“Call for Guest Bloggers” I am looking for a couple of guys that are willing to write/blog on the topic of child loss.  To keep with the style of this blog, I am looking for writers/bloggers that have an open/honest … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 15 Comments