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2014 – What a Year

Since my last post in July, so many things have happened in the survivor arena. In August, Robin Williams succumbed to suicide. As someone who has attempted suicide (and has been suicidal most of my life) and a lifelong devoted … Continue reading

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Another Great Tool for Closing Online Accounts After a Death

My wonderful friend Mary sent this link to me and what a great site it is! Everplans (currently in beta) is a great tool for funeral and death planning with a few tools for after a death including an extensive … Continue reading

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A Tribute to Another Woman Who Changed My Life – Maya Angelou 1928-2014

This morning my New York Times headline email in my in box brought me to tears in a matter of seconds. This post is a bit unusual, as I do not address grief often on this site. As Maya was … Continue reading

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California Bookstore Day, May 3, 2014 – What about the rest of the world?

Please visit your local independent bookstore on May 3 and suggest they join the California celebration! If you are in Northern California (Corte Madera or San Francisco), stop in at Book Passage to pick up a copy of Begin Here: … Continue reading

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Welcome 2014!

This is the last entry for 2013. It is my normal year end thanks to all who have supported the Helping Survivors Manage mission and my favorite quotes with a new one at the top of the pack. All the … Continue reading

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