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My name is Rhonda. I'm a registered nurse, for the last 20 years, that has not been able to work since the day I learned of my daughter's death by suicide 4-12-13. (She actually died 4-11-13 and her body was not found until the 12th) Me and my husband have been married for 32 years and he's a wonderful man. We grieve in different ways. He works, I write. This is my journey through this horrible land of losing a child..
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- When Kaitlyn Was 15
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- Morning Glories, Peaches and My Kaitlyn's Spirit
- In Remembrance of Kaitlyn Elkins by Wake Forest School of Medicine
- My Epiphany
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- Means on toast
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- climbing up the polka dot tree
- A Haze in the Starlight
- Hollowed Out...
- Happy, Seriously.
- Despair to Deliverance
- Wexler Family Psychiatry
- Dear Daniel
- Libba Bray
- Losing a child to Suicide
- Escaping Elegance
- James' World 2
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- Minuscule Moments of Inspiration
- Uncle Spike's Adventures
- I Am My Own Island
- A Mother's Grief and Learning to Live Again
- The 50-something life of a Southern gal
- A MOTHERS' SORROW
- Zachary, Forever 21
- The Infinite Fountain
- The Mindset Effect
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Monthly Archives: March 2014
I have a memory of the last weekend Kaitlyn and I spent time together. Of course I remember every single thing about it, but there’s this one thing that bothered me when it happened that I thought about then and … Continue reading
I just felt like reposting this here due to the importance of letting someone know when you are depressed. “Oh she’s home again, my baby’s home again,” I thought as I sat in my recliner in my den. She sat … Continue reading
I just want anyone to know that is interested in buying my book that it states on the buying page that my book is “temporarily out of stock.” I’m using a “Print on Demand” publisher and that means that the … Continue reading
You know, I’m sitting her rather down tonight. I’m always down but the prevailing thought that has been entering my mind in increasing abundance is this: Kaitlyn exuded happiness and the specialness of an extremely unique, gifted, kind person. I … Continue reading
Why do I do it? Why do I do some of the things that I do now that Kaitlyn took her life almost a year ago? Sometimes in looking on WordPress here I go to the “Medical School” search and … Continue reading
Don’t let the title fool you…..this has an important message. What a great post.
This was written for someone’s eulogy that took their own life. If “he” could be substituted for “she” it would fit Kaitlyn very well. What true and fitting words.