Life After Emilee Logo | Neal Klein honoring his wife after losing her to pancreatic cancer
Life After Emilee Logo | Neal Klein honoring his wife after losing her to pancreatic cancer
Life After Emilee Logo | Neal Klein honoring his wife after losing her to pancreatic cancer

Archive for October 2017

Experiencing Loss As A Process That Transforms

It is difficult to sum up grief in several paragraphs or one poem or one long saying or piece of prose. And, some of this I have said before and am reiterating it here. But, if you don’t like long statements you won’t read this anyway so you won’t remember that I said it before…

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Emilee’s Clothes

Emilee’s Clothes. Sounds like the title of a poem or a story. The Emperor’s clothes. It IS a story. It is always a story. For me, and for anyone else that has ever had to perform this task or will have to perform this task in the future. The dreaded “going through the clothes” experience.…

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Poem – As I Sit In Heaven

Much of this is author unknown, an online friend who lost his brother a few years ago posted it, and I added and rearranged just a little to make this into a song, but much of it is intact, so I can’t take much credit for it, other than the putting of it to a…

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A Meeting, A Date, Hope, Disappointment, Hope, A Beginning

The beginning of this is an excerpt of a young man’s story, having had multiple surgeries on his jaw for cancer, about a very early interaction with a woman after several years of cancer treatments and surgeries. Afterwards, follows my reply and my story: “Obviously, when you get to know each other better, you start…

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Essay on Las Vegas Massacre

The Las Vegas massacre, I purposely did not watch the news after the tragedy. I listened to some of the news on the radio, on NPR, but I did not want to see the images. Grief triggers my own grieving well, and although not watching the TV news, I knew at some point I would…

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