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June 18 to 20, 2015 in Portland, Oregon

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20 Nov, 2014

We designate days as "special" and ritualize them because they mean something to us historically, religiously, or culturally. They are often days that intend to preserve memory or tradition. We have Veteran's Day and Thanksgiving, Martin Luther King Day and Labor Day. There are days we have preserved as part of our cultural heritage and there are days where causes seek national attention like Children's Grief Awareness Day.

19 Nov, 2014

In honor of Children’s Grief Awareness Month, the National Alliance for Grieving Children has invited bloggers to tell the world how it feels to have had someone they love die. Today, college student Michelle Fulbright shares her story.

An unknown author once said, “When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.” This quote is one of my favorites because it accurately describes my grief journey. My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was in the eighth grade. Three years after various chemotherapy treatments, herbal remedies and numerous prayers, she succumbed to the disease. My mom went from being the most energetic and hardworking person I ever knew to someone who could not even support her own weight.

18 Nov, 2014

In honor of Children’s Grief Awareness Month, the National Alliance for Grieving Children has invited bloggers to tell the world how it feels to have had someone they love die. Today, Ken Brack shares his story.

A couple whose son died earlier this year recently asked my wife and I how we coped with losing ours. How did we handle those first holidays? What did we do for our other children? How do we hold on to him, and to each other?

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