Years After a Loss: Is it okay to remember? To still cry?

“The pain never really goes away,” said most of the people I know who have lost a loved one, moreso those who have lost a child. A good percentage of you stumble upon my site looking for encouragement through a trying time in life, particularly through a season of grief. So, does the pain never really go away? Is it okay to still feel pain years after? Let me share with you a portion of my book, “When God Could’ve But He Didn’t” here.

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The Cover Story

People who I’ve had the privilege of working with know that I’m pretty deliberate with almost everything (yup, #4 theme in Strengths Finder). My colleagues probably get tired of me asking them what’s the purpose or what’s the goal before giving my two cents on things. So let me share with you here the story…

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How to Order: Paperback Edition of When God Could’ve But He Didn’t

UPDATE 2016-Oct-18: The books are now available! ? Check out this post to order. Hey everyone!!! I’m super excited to announce that the paperback edition of my book, “When God Could’ve But He Didn’t,” will soon be available! Since I’m self-publishing for now, I’ll be printing a limited quantity to start with. You can pre-order below.…

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The Underground Club

After more than a year from the time we lost our first child, I had a conversation with someone who has gone through a similar heart-shattering moment. I did meet some who had similar experiences and I greatly appreciate their wisdom, but theirs happened way back. It has only been around two months since our dear Berea…

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We Had a Daughter

So… I’m finally sharing this story to the world (wide web). In my old blog (which I’ve reposted here), I posted three entries about our dear Berea Dannielle, her first battle, and her second battle. I wasn’t able to publish her third battle, which eventually turned out to be her last. Brei was our first child,…

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