Maria Kubitz

Maria Kubitz lost her four year old daughter in a drowning accident in 2009. In her grief journey, Maria continually tries to find ways to learn from the pain, and maintain a loving, healthy environment for her four other children. She volunteers at a local chapter of The Compassionate Friends, and in 2012, Maria created www.aliveinmemory.org – a supportive place where families can share precious memories of the loved ones they’ve lost as well as read articles about learning to live with grief.

http://www.aliveinmemory.org

Articles:

A Letter to My Living Children for Mother’s Day, 03 May 2016

Forgiveness in Grief, 02 Sep 2015

Using the Pain of Grief as a Catalyst for Personal Growth, 04 Aug 2015

What is Strength in the Face of Grief?, 26 Jun 2015

Renaming the Stages of Grief, 28 Apr 2015

Grieving a Future I’ll Never Have, 19 Feb 2015

Behind the Veil, 21 Jan 2015

The Terms of My Surrender, 17 Sep 2014

We Would Have Died For You: The Journey of Bereaved Parents, 19 Aug 2014

Grief and the Loss of Control, 09 Jun 2014

Finding Light in the Darkness of Grief, 14 Mar 2014

Looking for Hope in the New Year, 09 Jan 2014

‘How Are You?’: A Silent Signpost for the Newly Bereaved, 19 Nov 2013

Just Let Me Be Sad: A Response to the Stigma of Grief, 15 Aug 2013

Surviving the Isolation of Grief: A Mother’s Story, 30 Jul 2013

The Fear of Forgetting, 12 Jul 2013

Navigating the Ebb and Flow of Grief, 28 Jun 2013

Learning How to Smile Again, 03 Jun 2013

Finding Solace in Acceptance, 19 Mar 2013

Moving On? Letting Go of Things That Belonged to Daughter, 14 Feb 2013