Grief

Robin feeds her brood of animals.
Pets

A Special Bond with a Depressed Donkey

After the death of her son, the author opened a farm sanctuary and helped a despondent animal heal from a similar tragedy.

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The two are forever bonded because of their shared tragedy. Through love and time, they were both able to find happiness and purpose again.
Service Animals

The Donkey That Saw Her Through Her Grief

When Robin Birdsong met Ronnie the donkey, she knew he was different than all the other animals she had saved. They had both lost a child. Robin knew exactly how Ronnie felt and she was determined to help him heal.

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Stories of Faith

Delilah: Her Faith and Her Fans Support Her in Tough Times

When life presents challenges, the popular radio host turns to her faith and her listeners for strength and comfort.

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Healing

What I Wish People Knew About Grief

After she lost her husband, she discovered a lot of the advice she had heard was wrong. 

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Coping With Grief

9 Bible Verses for Coping with Grief

Allow God's Scripture to speak words of comfort and hope in your time of need.

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Kerry learned that you don’t have to be a jock to take care of yourself.
Living Longer, Living Better

A Woman Learns That Running Through Grief Can Be a Spiritual Experience

With her mother recently deceased and her dear friend dealing with cancer, would running bring her the spiritual comfort she sought?

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Stanley Praimnath: Remembering 9/11
Managing Life Changes

Stanley Praimnath: Remembering 9/11

Stanley Praimnath talks about his experience during the events of September 11, 2001.

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Addiction and Recovery

Woman Hiking Appalachian Trail to Raise Opioid Addiction Awareness

Heather Starbuck hopes to honor her late fiancé by hiking the 2,200 mile long trail.

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