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I want my purpose to outweigh my pain. Dear Friends, I haven’t written in a while because I began working on a presentation about Bryan’s life for a community outreach and it kind of took up my brain for a while. Now it’s ready to be presented in March (postponed due to the recent blizzard)… Continue >>>
Dear Friends, It’s almost 4 months since Bryan passed and I’ve been doing a lot of thinking and soul-searching. One of the issues that continues to haunt me is the shame and judgement that is attached to addiction. It’s not from others, but from myself. As I lived this nightmare, trust me, I judged, I… Continue >>>
Hi Friends, I’ve been thinking a lot over these past 3 months and as I’m learning a new way of being, of living after the loss of my son, I’ve also become aware of how difficult it is for my friends and some family to be around me. They don’t know what to say, how… Continue >>>
And I would have stayed up with you all night, Had I known how to save a life, How to save a life, How to save a life (The Fray, How to save a life, 2009) Dear Friends, Thank you for being here, for listening to my words, for sending me your love and support and understanding. You have… Continue >>>
Hello and Welcome!! My name is Linda Bausch and my son Bryan recently passed away from a heroin overdose. My husband, my sons, my daughter-in-law and beautiful grandchildren are now part of a club I never imagined existed, much less would have such an astronomical membership. But, we are, and it does. This is my… Continue >>>
So what does that mean at the 5 month anniversary of our incredible loss? What does it mean as we navigate our new membership in a club we never, ever thought we would be a part of? It means that it can happen. It means you relive the moment your heart split into a million… Continue >>>
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