Your feedback is needed: What have been your biggest challenges so far after losing your mom, your dad or losing both parents?

I'm asking you for your feedback. Please write me an email with what your biggest challenges have been so far after losing your parents. This is a private email that will not be shared. I'm asking this of you because I want to help you in the best way possible and the only way I can do that is to know exactly what things you have challenges with.

What do you do with your parents stuff after they pass away?

How do you turn painful memories into pleasure? How can you turn the past into your future? Here's a few things I'm doing!

Guest Blog Post: Losing My Dad

Guest Blog Post by Rachel Stewart

Happy Birthday, Dad

Today, you'd be 63. I imagine what you'd look like... or what kind of relationship we'd have...

Do photos of your parents bring you pain or pleasure?

Do photos of your parents bring you pain or pleasure? Try this if you're having a hard time.

Playing Out Roles & Patterns

Sometimes, when you don't have parents anymore, not only do you have a big hole in your heart, but there's some big shoes to fill and no ones stepping in them anytime soon. You may begin to (or have been for a long time) play out roles or patterns with others.

Father’s Day Prep 2012: Who’s Your Hero When You Don’t Have a Dad?

My dad was my hero. The truth is, no one will love you like your dad and no one could ever fill his shoes... but there are people who want to love you if you look around.

Guest Blog Post: “I Still Have Hope”

I received a guest blog post by someone who wants to remain anonymous. She is 16 and lost her dad recently to diabetes.

Black & Blue: Moving on from Painful Memories

I had a 1998 blue VW beetle. It was the most amazing car. My dad bought it for me originally. I had a job when I was 17, so I made payments towards the car as an agreement with my dad. It was half of my paycheck, but I didn't care. I had a cool

Seriously, who am I supposed to get life advice from now?

By age 12, I had traveled alone to Texas & Brazil. By 15, I was traveling to New York City by myself frequently. At 17, I had moved out on my own. By 24, I had started my own business. I think it's safe to say that am no stranger to doing it alone... So now that my parents are gone, who gives the life advice?