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With everything in me I didn’t want to go to that wedding. It was my youngest son’s best friend’s wedding--he would've been the best...
To watch suffering, especially in those we love, can become more painful for us than to carry the pain ourselves. That’s because the God who created the family, designed motherhood and fatherhood after His own love.
Wounds of the flesh seal with a scar. Wounds of the soul never fully heal. They can only be dressed. And they have a tendency to break open. The flood of pain you feel is grief related PTSD.
The best hospital staff in the world can’t replace a loving grandmother’s eyes. A mother with her baby in her arms can’t always see the subtle changes within the first few days of caring for her newborn. First-time mothers have no idea what normal behavior or growth looks like.
It's hard when the day you are supposed to be honored as a mother, is only a reminder of what you have lost.
If the unknown of the new year looks overwhelming, here's a few simple steps to lead you into the new year with hope.
The Holidays are supposed to be joyous. Except when they are not. Grief does not take time off for holidays or traditional celebrations-- and that's ok.
Rhonda Robinson talks with the Amy and the REAL LIFE hosts about grief, faith, and how to hold onto your faith when the unthinkable strikes.
Candy coated prayers don’t fit when you are in the middle of devastation. Today’s guest, Rhonda Robinson, mother of nine, walks us through the clinging and comeback that occurred in her life after the tragic death of her son. This episode is a glimpse of hope for those who are mourning.
Monica Schmelter welcomes Rhonda Robinson as they discuss her new book "FreeFall: Holding Onto Faith When the Unthinkable Strikes" and the goodness of God.