Comments About Journey of HeartsTM
From 2000 - Part 2
I very much liked you website.
I am a therapist (clinical social worker) thinking of setting up one of
my own (different topics). But how does it pay for itself? Takes time to
write, gather copyright permissions, etc. This may be a dumb question but
I know more of how to rather the mechanics of. Thanks for any advice you
Linda Ayscue Gupta, LCSW
Child Welfare Curriculum
VISSTA/VCU School of Social Work
Thank you for a lovely site.
I recently a few months (3) lost my mother my
best friend. I'm not coping very well and having problems with everything.
I came upon this site by accident, and I'm glad I did.
Thank you for the hopefully comfort to be.
University of New Mexico
I was just writing to say
that. That I love the poem you wrote. It touch my heart.
I put out a monthly newsletter
to our LifePath Hospice survivors which includes steps to help them work
through the loss of a loved one.
LifePath Hospice is a non-profit organization
and the people receive the newsletter at no cost to them. I would,
obviously, include author information and credit your web site.
Read First Comments from 2000
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You were there
at my worst moment. My wife of 49 years died on Dec. 2, 1999. I found
your pages while seeking help on the internet. I spent the rest of
the next night reading and printing out those messages which pulled me
through the next 30 days of my grief stricken existence. Now 6 weeks
after her death I read those messages of hope, poems and when the tears
are heaviest, they lift me out of my depression.
Thank you for being there.
Your site pulled me through the night and continues to be there for me.
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