Monthly Archives: March 2014

“There Isn’t Anything Worse” by Kelly Farley

“There Isn’t Anything Worse” One of my favorite quotes in my book is “there isn’t anything worse than the loss of a child and if there is, I don’t want to know about it.” I remember the moment I heard … Continue reading

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“When to Say Goodbye”

This one is a tough one because it hits very close to home for me.  My wife and I also had to say goodbye to both of our children.  There is always the “what if’s” or the questioning that goes … Continue reading

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“Dear Colleague”

This is a big deal.  It is a “Dear Colleague” letter that was sent out this week by Congressman Israel (D-NY) and Congressman Gosar (R-AZ).  What makes this a big deal is the fact its a bi-partisan “ask” of fellow … Continue reading

Posted in Bereaved Parents, Death of a Child, Farley-Kluger, FMLA, HR.515, Parental Bereavement Act of 2013, s.226 | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments