From one grieving mother’s heart to another, I’m sending you love and so much strength… There are no rules for grieving and time becomes insignificant in so many ways now. I’m not going to lie to you. It will never be okay. It will never become easy. And the sorrow of losing your son or daughter will never lessen. What I can tell you is that it will change. You will learn to survive and live around the pain and emptiness. It will not always be as suffocating and debilitating as it is right now. If you refuse to give...
During these unprecedented times, we all are impacted by the events/ the unknown around us. Those we live, work and interact with, are becoming our support system. ”Our peer supporters may have had similar life experiences and can share resources and coping strategies that might be useful to you. Whether you wish to become a peer supporter or get help from one.” We now have become each other’s support system, continue to check in on those around you, anxiety and depression are sneaky. Everyone is on edge, everyone is trying to support their families in the best way they know...
The Champion cards are used to give to those who need someone to call. Write the person, who will be available to take a call when there is a need for a compassion call. We encourage the use of the card to be a source of contact in the event of an emergency, please call 911 The Community Compassion Champion Cards is to let others know we are there for them and that they are never alone. Keep these cards with you and always remember who your champions are.
1: Who is up for a challenge? (It’s a good thing .. when I say trust me!) 2: I need at least 13 people (it won’t cost you anything but little bit of time!) 3: At least 13 people with Pink shirts! So far we have surpassed 13 participants. Yay! #Compassion, #BoysGrowtoBeMen, #MenWearPink #ToughEnoughToWearPink Far to often society sees Men as ”Strong emotionally” and ”Women as expressive” Men appear stronger because as society dictated they must remain in a state of unexpressive. ”Don't ever cry, don't wear pink, don't show them you are weak, be a man, be tough, show...
Standing as a shadow, and looking at the memorial stone that represents my child. I feel as though the strength to carry on - is not in the Headstone, but the memories it represents. As gentle as the wind blew as I stood still and talked to you, I know that there is more to what this represents. To have a quiet moment and remember what your voice sounds like, to know you love and protected others with the might of a grizzly bear. I think of the tomorrows to come - No other should feel this ghost line existence,...
- CC Walk 2019