Diana Doyle

Diana Doyle lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Peter, and her six-year-old daughter Dempsey. Their daughter Savannah was born in 1999. She was diagnosed with Metachromatic Leukodystrophy, which is similar to Lou Gehrig’s disease at the age of two-and-a-half. She died at age four. Since then, Diana has been speaking and writing in hopes of helping others who are dealing with losses of all kinds. Reach Diana at savvydoyle@hotmail.com. Read her blog at http://sunshineinabluecup.blogspot.com/.

http://sunshineinabluecup.blogspot.com/

Articles:

What is Grief and Mourning?, 03 Jun 2012

The First Clear Day Without Rain, Ten Years On, 08 Feb 2012

Hospice Comforted During the Worst of Times, 21 Jun 2011

Mums, Daughters and Mother’s Day, 07 May 2011

Wondering About the Dreams of a Lost Child, 26 Feb 2011

Stranger More Comforting to Bereaved Than Friends, 26 Jan 2011

Grief has no Time-line, 09 Dec 2010

Mother’s Day Brings Sorrow — and Joy, 06 May 2010

Mother Accepts Sorrow, Doesn’t Let it Rule Her, 09 May 2009

Enjoy Life Despite Loss, 03 Jan 2009

Take Advantage of Holiday Opportunities, 20 Oct 2008

How to Honor a Loved One Who Has Died, 24 Sep 2008