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WNNWA | Spring-Summer 2014

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Description: The national magazine of The Compassionate Friends, We Need Not Walk Alone, featuring articles by and for parents, siblings, and grandparents who are grieving the death of a child in their family.


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     Seed Time:           Growing from Life’s Disappointments, Losses, and Sorrows          Harriet Hodgson           $16 plus shipping from Amazon. Also on the Kindle.                              by JoAnn Kuzma Deveny narrates the many facets of bereavement after the drowning death of her toddler. The path is pain and healing, the destination is hope and acceptance.     For sale at the 2014 National Conference Bookstore.     Our son, Bryant died by suicide on May 6, 2006 and I Jane Quint’s emotionally wrenching and searingly honest truly do not know where our family would be without the support of TCF. I remember our first meeting when journey through grief after the accidental death of her son – grief was our constant companion and we felt so alone. a death she foresaw in a dream. After years of struggling to We were so grateful for the “seasoned” members of the understand the devastating loss, she found healing through group. The ones who came back each month to support writing her story. In a sense, this book gives permission to us on our journey; to extend friendship, understanding others to be with their grief for as long as it takes and in any and compassion to our family at a time when we felt way necessary. This message, so very lost. Each time we attended the group, as we and the bittersweet ending of shared our broken hearts with those who understood looking toward the future, will our difficult journey best, we healed just a little bit give solace in a time of more. We began to have hope for the future that someday we would smile and laugh again. We knew aadeepest despair. our lives would never be the same without our son, but we learned to cherish the time we had with him Available online at and to focus less on the way he died and focus more on and celebrating that he “lived.” Kim Edmands, Bryant’s Mom We Need Not Walk Alone|5 1 Frederick, Maryland

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