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"Promoting love, community and connection for every child and family."
Everyone learns differently, and these kids just want their teachers to give them a chance. (via Brain Highways)
The Ana Grace Project added 2 new photos.
What does it mean to do grief.... "right"?
Grief is such an individual process. Doing it right has no clear definition.
Doing grief right some days simply means not dying. Not giving in to despair. Not giving in to depression.
Doing grief right means setting extraordinary boundaries and learning not to set myself on fire to keep others warm.
Doing grief right means doing only what feels in tune with my spirit and never what doesn't.
Doing grief right means taking such spectacular care of myself that I have enough left over to take care of my family, friends and the foundation.
Doing grief right means mean honoring whatever I feel, in the moment, with no apologies.
Doing grief right means radical self love.
Doing grief right means acknowledging there is NO "right".
When do you stop grieving after the loss of a child?
When you take your last breath.
Today, like the kids at chamberlain school in New Britain, I take the time to honor loss and blessing.
So very broken hearted for the loss of a child so beautiful- she takes our breath away. A big brother so courageous- you can't help but be inspired.
So very blessed to be able to run a non profit in Ana Grace's name and leave a legacy for helping children and families.
Thank you, Jesus, for giving me the strength.
Love wins. It also saves lives.
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Peg Faherty TunneyMay God Bless you and all the families who lost children that day Always in our hearts🙏🏻2 days ago
Cristina YoungJesus will continue to give you the faith to go on. I pray that your non-profit continues to make a difference!!2 days ago · 3
Kristel Geunsbless you Nelba, and your famely, we will pray for you and for every thing you do, love always wins, hugs and love2 days ago · 1
April Burch SookraI can not begin to fathom! I can let you know, unfortunately/fortunately, thank you for sharing. You continue to change my life; I'm sorry that you do. Bittersweet.2 days ago