Tag Archives: grief

Grieving parents turn heartache into hope

Grieving parents turn heartache into hope

We chat with Mark and Julie Wallace, a Brisbane couple who lost their daughter Sara in last year’s London Bridge terror attack, and who have since founded Sarz Sanctuary, a charity that supports those suffering from traumatic grief.

My way through hell

My way through hell

Having run in the “wrong direction” after losing his baby boy at 10 weeks and cheating death himself, Kimbokol Kolstad is now cruising in mind and body as part of the Asics FrontRunner movement.

The missing piece of the jigsaw

The missing piece of the jigsaw

Chris McGuire – a.k.a. Out of Depth Dad – writes that his mother’s parting regret, before succumbing to cancer at 45, lives on as inspiration for his approach to fatherhood.

One widowed parent, one time machine

One widowed parent, one time machine

While his wife’s death transported Californian dad-of-four Dave Manoucheri, DeLorean-style, to a time when he was single and void of responsibility, it helped him become the best dad he could be in the present.