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I Slept With My Mother When I Was 16—& I Have Good Reason for Letting My Kids Do the Same

"I’m sure it was the first time we had touched in months, maybe years. Sometimes I think that hand saved my life."

Married 69 Years, Hospitalized Couple Holds Hands Til the Very End

Tommy and Virginia Stevens, both 91, were, in the eyes of their family and friends, a legendary couple. The Tennessee high school sweethearts proved earlier this month that their love truly endured until "death do us part."

Jill Duggar Says Dad Pitted Siblings Against One Another, Used Kids to Manipulate and Intimidate Her

I am currently reading Jill Duggar Dillard's memoir Counting the Cost about her life growing up in the 19 Kids and Counting Duggar family, and it is both riveting and heartbreaking.

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The Last Thing He Said to Me Was, “I’m Ok Mom, I Love You Too:” Mom Warns Parents After Son’s Tragic Death

"Kids are DYING, and people are too afraid to be honest even in obituaries...Please use my son’s story. Please help me warn parents this is out there. Please, please, please. It’s all I can do now."

What I Need You to Know About My Heroin Addict

"Maybe we should all remember, whatever state they’re in today, there is a mom somewhere, with knees bleeding from prayers, that just wants her baby back."

“Ever Want to Yell at God? If You’re So Amighty, Give Her Back!!”: Grieving Mom Writes Heartbreaking Post About Daughter’s ‘One Last High’

"It led me to sleeping on her grave so she didn’t have to be alone, contemplating suicide so I could hold her hand on her way to heaven."

I Thought I Could Love My Son Through His Addiction

I knew Matt loved me and I assumed that I could “love him through it.” But unfortunately, love is not the antidote to addiction.

“That ‘One Last High’ Led to Me Sleeping on Her Grave So She Didn’t Have to Be Alone, Contemplating Suicide So I Could Hold...

"That one last high led me to a room, brain in a fog, staring at caskets trying to decide which one my little girl should be buried in. That one last high led to writing an obituary, planning a funeral and a house full of flowers from grieving friends and family."

From the Mom of a Heroin Addict: “I’m Not Asking for Answers or Cures. I’m Asking to Be Seen and Heard.”

"You can’t imagine how I’ve suffered because frankly, there are no words to describe the depth and darkness of my nightmare."

What God Would Say to the Addict: “You Are Not an Addict”

"If your son is addicted to heroin, he doesn’t suddenly become “not” your son. He’s not an addict. He’s your son who has a problem with addiction."