Micheál Richardson — son of Liam Neeson and the late Natasha Richardson — is reminiscing about his mother ahead of the release of his first leading film role, a movie that co-stars his dad and shares parallels to their life and loss.
"My gut aches, it actually aches deeper than I ever knew it could," Amanda Kloots wrote on her Instagram
"See the signs, save a life, we cannot afford to lose another light."
This Dec. 25 was McCain's first Christmas without her father, who passed away on Aug. 25, 2018, after battling glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer.
Shared online by photographer Brittany Latham, the image has touched women around the world – women, who could relate to the evident sadness and grief felt by the woman in the image. Brittany, from Alabama, US, took the photo of her friend sitting on the floor and hugging herself in the shower to go along with a powerful piece she wrote while dealing with the grief of a miscarriage. “The response, simply put, has been overwhelming,” Brittany tells Yahoo Be.
As the world celebrates the victorious rescue of the members of the Thai soccer team trapped in a cave for two weeks, the wife of the rescuer who was killed during the operation is mourning his death.
Losing an animal can be an extremely traumatic experience — a 2002 study found that the death of a pet is “just as devastating as the loss of a human significant other.”
Sadly, the necklace containing the ashes was lost at Disney, and the mom has put out a plea on Facebook to enlist help to find it.
In the middle of what should be the happiest time of Jordin Sparks's life, as she's expecting her first child with new husband Dana Isaiah, she is having one of the most tragic weeks imaginable.
“Heather said, ‘I want to keep fighting,’ so that’s the mantra I’m picking up. She was able to fight till the end, I’m going to fight until my end.”
"Michelle died without me ever seeing her in that dream dress. A week after she passed away I stumbled across this picture in her phone."
In a poignant photo posted to Twitter, a baby girl is nestled between her parents’ backs and their pair of tattooed angel wings — a memorial to their first child, who died.
In December 2012, Jennifer White lost her daughter, Olivia, 5, to what’s being described as an “impossible to catch” illness. In December 2012, Jennifer White lost her precious five-year-old daughter, Olivia, to what’s being described as an “impossible to catch” illness. In a heartbreaking personal essay written for Today’s Parent, Jennifer describes the day Olivia first fell sick.
When Sarah lost her daughter, she offered her friend Lauren her breastmilk to feed her adopted daughter, Arsema [Photo: Instagram/sarah_rieke]