For Healing of the Heart Blog

Since the publication of my book "Remembering My Father, a Journal of Precious Memories for the Healing of the Heart," the greatest treasure I have received from the book are the cards, letters and phone calls from those who have either received the book as a gift or have purchased the book themselves, telling me how much it has helped them to "pour" their memories and grief into its pages. During speaking engagements over the past two years, I have been asked by a number of readers to start a blog so that people can share with one another how they have coped and survived the passing of a loved one. I invite you to help others to help themselves by sharing your experiences and stories after losing a father, a mother, a husband, a precious loved one or a friend....For the healing of the heart....

To Those Who Have Lost a Loved One

By Rebecca Burns Parker on June 15, 2012

I look forward to reading your comments on how you haved coped with the loss of a loved one.

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"I think one of the hardest things about losing a loved one is the "silent phone." I missed picking up the phone to call my father and my mother. When I found myself in this situation, I would call a friend or just "talk to them in Heaven."" - rebecca parker

"I think the hardest thing about losing a loved one was not being able to call them. When I found myself really missing this, I would call a friend. or just "talk " to them in Heaven...I found this helped." - rebecca

"Nice blog Rebecca. Omar" - Omar

"I those invite those who have lost anyone in their lives to post comments on how they coped with the loss ...there are many who struggle to get through the day with this loss...your ideas will be appreciated." - Rebecca

"This is a much more meaningful gift than a card or flowers. Memories tend to fade with time and this book is a great way to capture them for years to come." - Baylor

"There is something special about writing down your thoughts..especially after a loss. Your book helped me to relive the precious memories that will keep my father alive for future generations. Thank you! Mary Welch Rogers" - Mary Welch Rogers

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