Death

When a loved one dies, sorrow and grief surround us. But your memories of happy times together survive the sadness, and your belief that death is not the end can comfort you following a loss.
Peyo greets his old friend Daniel, 67, a former equestrian, who has terminal cancer.
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This Amazing Horse 'Doctor' Can Detect Cancer and Tumors

Peyo, a Barb stallion, has supported and connected with over 1,000 patients thanks to his special gift.

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A ray of light
Alzheimer's and Dementia

A Ray of Light at a Mother’s Death

Although miles apart, knowing that she was gone.

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How to Pray

Why Easter Is Bigger Than Any One Season

Christ’s resurrection turned everything around.

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Edward Grinnan
Alzheimer's and Dementia

In the End, the One Word That Matters

It was a mother/son relationship fraught with tension but, ultimately, understanding.

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Peggy and her first senior rescue, Brooks
Dogs

8 Ways to Navigate Grief After Losing a Pet

When your pet dies, the immediate pain is palpable. Here’s how to handle those first few days.

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Edward Grinnan
God's Grace

Have You Received a Comforting Sign from a Loved One Who Has Passed?

For one son, it appeared in a secondhand bookstore on the first anniversary of his mother’s death.

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Coping with grief during Covid
Emotional and Mental Health

How to Cope with Prolonged Grief in the Age of Covid

Recognizing the signs of lingering grief can help you get the support you need.

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Stories of Faith

How Archbishop Desmond Tutu Showed Us the Power of Imagination

Like this spiritual leader, our faith and vision for a better world can guide us in the new year.

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Christmas hope
Positive Living

How to Find Hope If Christmas Makes You Sad

Feelings of sadness are okay, but there are ways to find light in darkness.

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Mother and son
Coping With Grief

How Gratitude Can Help You Move on from Heartbreak

No matter the magnitude of the loss, you can choose to feel God’s presence.

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