Programs from September 2016

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Sibling Grief Is Underrated


Sarah Kravits is currently serving on the National Board for the Bereaved Parents of the USA as part of their initiative to more intentionally support bereaved siblings. After her younger brother, and only sibling, died in 2014, Sarah found that her life changed profoundly. She also realized that sibling loss is vastly underrated! Join us […]

Seasoned Grief


Many years have passed since Kay Bevington’s only child Rhonda died. As seasoned grievers, she and her husband Rodney have to think of some important end of life issues. With no surviving children, who will receive their heirlooms? And who will manage their estate?  Listen as Kay shares valuable advice.

Loss of an Only Child


When Kay Bevington’s only child Rhonda died in 1980, she found herself childless except for memories of her daughter. When an only child dies, the grief journey can be more intense as the parents find themselves alone. During this program Kay will share encouragement with those who find themselves alive and alone.

The Face of Suicide


In our society, there is a huge amount of stigma associated with suicide loss, largely due to lack of understanding as to why a person would choose to die by their own hand.  As a survivor of suicide, Heidi Crosbie shares insight into the mystery of suicide. We encourage you to read Heidi’s article, “The Face […]