Kelly Farley is a bereaved father that has experienced the loss of his two children over an eighteen month span. He lost his daughter Katie in 2004 and son Noah in 2006. During that time he realized that there is a lack of support services available to fathers suffering such a loss. As a result of that realization, he is working on his first book as a resource for Grieving Dads. He created and maintains a website for this project at www.GrievingDads.com. Kelly has also written several articles on the subject of men’s grief and has traveled throughout North America to interview other grieving dads in order to create a resource book that captures the experiences of other men on this journey. His book will be completed by the end of 2010 and is expected to highlight 30-40 real life inspirational stories from dads that have survived the loss of a child. He is on a mission to bring awareness to men’s grief and provide hope to the many men that often grieve in silence due to societal expectations.
Home Sickness After a Loved One’s Death, 07 Oct 2012
‘Brotherhood’ of Fathers Who Have Lost Children, 17 Mar 2012
Dragonflies Help Dad Feel Close to Deceased Son, 13 Oct 2011
How to Support a Grieving Dad, 15 Jun 2011
What Are Your Triggers?, 02 Mar 2011
Bereaved Dad Defines ‘Courage’, 13 Aug 2010