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Posted in: My Life

March 15, 2018

It’s never too late! Live your dash

“Starting over” so many people are scared of that phrase. There is absolutely no reason to be. I left the state I grew up in and for the longest time I would say I’m never leaving. I obviously left and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made. After 8 years in […]

Posted in: Good Grievings

February 25, 2018

Spirits communicating with us

Happy Sunday to all you beautiful souls. Today I have another story about a spirit that wasn’t ready to leave this earth. Is anyone ever ready to leave this earth when they die? When my mom passed away my sister and I were teenagers. If you asked me about how the day went down when […]

Posted in: Good Grievings

February 22, 2018

My fuel to keep going

What’s up ya’ll 😉. Since being in the south I hear it all the time. I say it as a joke because others still crack a joke at the way I say Water. I’m from NJ, You can’t take that outta me so fagettaboutit. So I’m here today to talk about the fuel that keeps […]

Posted in: Intuition, My Grief Story

February 21, 2018

Life and Death

2 years ago today my God sister left this world. A strong willed, kind hearted soul. The days leading up to her passing were kinda out of sorts for me. It was tough since I was out in Arizona at the time and they were in New Jersey. I really didn’t know how good or […]

Posted in: Healing, My Grief Story

February 17, 2018

“Make life count”

On this 18th anniversary of the passing of my mother I have come to say “make your life count” Dealing with loss is just brutal. February is and always will be the toughest month to go through. I have grown to accept it, but for a long time I would sulk and be depressed. My […]

Posted in: Good Grievings, Media

January 28, 2018

Find the good in grieving

My ultimate goal in life is to comfort others who are dealing with the loss of a loved ones. I Basically want to show you that there is a positive in grieving. This is a tall task, a very tall task. I’m a very sensitive soul, I can sense others negativity. Not just anyone though, […]

Posted in: Good Grievings, My Life

September 6, 2017

Another bittersweet day

Today is my oldest daughter’s 5th birthday. Where does time go? It was like yesterday when I first held her in my arms. It was like yesterday when I gave her her first bath, It was like yesterday when I held in her in a her room signing to her for the first time.  I […]

Posted in: Healing, My Grief Story

August 27, 2017

My mom part deux

It really sucks that my mom isn’t here. As I get older it seems to effect me more. I don’t have her to turn to for Adult advice.  I mean she hasn’t been here for almost 18 years, and you would think I would have needed her more when I was younger.   Maybe it’s […]

Posted in: Good Grievings, Healing

July 27, 2017

Post from the beach

As I sit here chillaxin (chillin and relaxin) 😬. I was thinking about how happy I am with my life right now.  Starting this blog as made me realize that I don’t need the therapy I  was always in need of.  I always told my counselor that I spoke with that I didn’t want to […]

Posted in: Good Grievings

July 21, 2017

There is even grief in paradise

Guest blog post from my cousin, Ryan Biddulph. 3 Benefits of Grieving Grieving can be a sucky process. But sitting with your fearful, lower-energy feelings is beneficial. Really. I have seen – and experienced – 3 distinct benefits of grieving. First off, a little backstory. Many folks know me as the Blogging From Paradise guy. […]

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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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