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A free book for you – “The Last Words Ever Spoken”

This is a totally free digital book that inspire you to think outside the box. Inspired by the death of both her parents during her 20's, this book is dedicated to: "... unborn children, those who have had pain, those who have lost a parent or two, this book's for you. Dear you, who wants to rise above. Who wants to learn from your life experiences. Who wants to live another day and live it in joy. This book's for you. Dear those who wonder what comes after this life. Who has ever wondered what kind of things my parents told me before they died or what the last words they ever spoke were, this book is for you. Dear me, These have been great life lessons. Here's to the many more xo Lisa"


Energetic Walls. You can't live with 'em, you can't live without 'em.

Losing Both Parents by Age 27: How I Began to Heal

Earlier this year, my blog was selected as a top ten site for grief and loss by Afterwards, they asked me to join their "Share Your Story" campaign. Here's my story, I encourage you to share yours. "Losing my dad at age 22 helped prepare me for my mother's passing five years later in ways I could not imagine. The healing? That I had to do on my own. View Story >>

Feeling Depressed?

What do you do when you're feeling depressed to get yourself "back"? named Best of 2012:’s Top 10 Websites for Grief and Loss

This is an incredible honor and I'm so deeply thankful to for naming my blog as one of the 10 best resources on the Internet in 2012 for people experiencing grief and loss.

Re-occurring (bad) dreams

I have a re-occurring dream I think I would consider a nightmare. Is it here to remind us of how we spend our time here?

Birthdays are never the same…

When a parent dies around your birthday, it may see like birthdays will never be the same ever again. Here's one way I get through it.

The difference between “dreams” & “visits”

How do you know when you're dreaming about your mom and dad or they're actually paying you a visit?