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Posted in: Healing, My Grief Story

August 6, 2020

Hey, I’m still here

You know all those things everyone puts off, cause they don’t wanna deal and continue to peel back that onion.

Posted in: My Grief Story, My Life

May 18, 2020

Grieving COVID Style

When someone dies and not just a parent, What you do you think the first thing to come to mind is? When I got the call my Dad passed was, Is there anything I regret not doing, or saying etc? At first I said to myself, shit I didn’t call him yesterday which was Saturday. […]

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May 15, 2020

Grieving a parent

So, my Dad died. He died 26 days ago. His death was a shock, but at the same time a relief in ways. My Dad was a unique individual. I always used to say he was in “Gene World”. He was so obviously to many things. Maybe that was because he was in such a […]

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February 24, 2020

The aftermath and Grief

20 years sounds like a longtime and it is, but for me it seems like yesterday. I could explain to you in detail of what happened from beginning to end. From the distraught of losing my mom, to my swollen hand (which I used to shake hands with at the funeral) from punching a brick […]

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February 16, 2020

I got thrown a curve ball

On the eve of my mom’s 20 year anniversary of her passing, I look back and remember that day as if it was yesterday. February 17, 2000 I didn’t even see the pitch coming, It felt like I got hit with the pitch and I couldn’t get up.  I think back and I could tell […]

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February 6, 2019

Grief can go kick rocks

loss of friend, stir up old feelings of pain and grief

Grief really cant kick rocks, but if you don’t take care of yourself it can kick your butt…. A friend from High school past away last week. It was a shock to me even though I knew he was ill, but not ill to the point of him passing on.  The first thing I said […]

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January 25, 2019

Good Grievings is support in extra innings

baseball park

I found a blog online earlier that really hit home.  He wrote about how when someone passes, the influx of support is insane. The phone calls, messages, visitors etc are in abundance.  Then after a couple weeks, poof its gone besides a selected few. The day I found out my mom died I was at […]

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December 11, 2018

Religious Faith and Grieving

faith, church, grieving, loss, death, heaven, spiritual

Does faith in God make it easier to grieve? I was angry at God for losing my Mom despite my religious Catholic upbringing.

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August 19, 2018

Grieving our Cat

pet loss

I never had a pet growing up. It honestly never came up in conversation.  Now that I think about it, its kinda strange we didn’t have one. What kid doesn’t want to have a cute little kitten or puppy running around.  My youngest daughters birthday isn’t until January and she is already asking for a […]

Posted in: Media, My Grief Story

August 10, 2018

My first time on a Podcast

I did my first podcast last Saturday and it was AWESOME! (Link below) @soulgabashjazz are the best. I don’t know why I was a bit nervous about it. Maybe it was out of my comfort zone? I have a blog, so all my life’s tragedies and pain and happiness are out there. So what was […]

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Hey, I'm Tom Biddulph. I'm a Dad, Husband and the friend that calls you on your birthday. I've learned grief is a never ending journey after losing 16 loved ones. Still I've learned to find the good grievings along the way that bring joy & healing, My hope is to help you do the same. 

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