Throughout the years, my mother has written me many inspiring letters. I use the internet and write my children emails. Time may change the way we communicate – but it hasn’t replaced our need to connect with one another. I … Continue reading
About Sally Grablick
Sally Grablick lost her son to suicide in 2002. Her road to recovery began by reading over 100 books on grief, spirituality and the afterlife. A seeker by nature, she began formulating a recovery plan by exploring the ideas presented within these books. Knowing her efforts would benefit others, she created the “cliff notes” to grief, and shares the lessons learned, tools used and insights gained in her book, The Reason: Help and Hope for Those Who Grieve.
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My son, Ryan, committed suicide in June of 2002; but from day one, I was keenly aware that his spirit never left me. Fortunately, I have been blessed with many signs and dream visits since he crossed over. With time, … Continue reading →
I hope you don’t mind that I am responding to your post – but, I just wanted to state: [b:19s5oh4h]YES, YES, YES! [/b:19s5oh4h] You don’t need to have a specific faith to believe in an afterlife, you only need to … Continue reading →
My 19-year-old son, Ryan, committed suicide in June of 2002. He was a loving and generous person in life, and in the afterlife, all of those qualities remain. Ryan is a very active spirit. We communicate in various ways, but … Continue reading →
There is value in writing things down, especially when you’re struggling with the symptoms of grief. I decided to make a list of the all the things we’d done that had seemed to help us, with the intention of sharing … Continue reading →
Sally Grablick’s book, The Reason: Help and Hope for Those Who Grieve, is available on amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and by clicking here.
Did you know that the Lady Bug is also a symbol of Luck, Protection and LOVE? How absolutely PERFECT that your mother chose this to communicate with you! I’m so happy for you – and for the peace of mind … Continue reading →
Sierra, That was a beautiful story…I am so glad you received your sign – and that it brought you so much peace. It sounds like you are doing a wonderful job working to move forward. Blessings to you and your … Continue reading →
How is it we are taught to love, work, marry, and procreate, but no one teaches us how grieve? The Victorians had it down to a science. They even had a parlor in their homes where they hosted the funerals … Continue reading →