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The Movie "Another Forever" on Netflix - About Grieving After The Loss of A Spouse.

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On Netflix, there is a tender, heart touching movie, "Another Forever", that is about a grieving woman who is overtaken by the loss of her beloved husband. After her loss, she takes a spontaneous…Continue

 

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The Movie "Everything Went Down" available on Amazon - A Tender Story of a Grieving College Professor and a Songwriter Who has Lost Her Creative Side

Posted on September 5, 2017 at 5:16am 0 Comments

A tender movie I have found dealing with the loss of a spouse from a man's point of view is "Everything Went Down". This is an independent movie by Dustin Morrow and is about a college professor who lost his wife two years earlier. During this time, he feels numbing grief due to his loss and is the shell of a person. He meets a young songwriter who has lost her creative side for music. The two develop a friendship over the next few weeks and this helps him to overcome his loss while she…

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The Movie "Another Forever" on Netflix - A Tender Story About Grieving After the Loss of a Spouse and the Importance of Friends During This Time

Posted on September 5, 2017 at 5:05am 0 Comments

On Netflix, there is a tender, heart touching movie, "Another Forever", that is about a grieving woman who is overtaken by the loss of her beloved husband. After her loss, she takes a spontaneous trip to visit a close friend to get her life back on track. The scenery is beautiful, taking place in several countries. Daniela Escobar stars as Alice who loses her husband suddenly and then deals with moving her life forward again, while remembering the moments they shared. The independent movie,…

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At 6:17pm on August 29, 2017, CLT1965 (Cindy) said…

Wow Mark, that is a lot of rain. I hope you continue not to get you place flooded.  I don't know how you prepare for something like that. I was reading that most people don't have flood insurance which is understandable because they probably don't live in a area that normally gets flooded.  I hope this rain for you starts to clear up soon.  I know it must be devastating and very scary to see your city under water and people suffering.  I hope your family is still safe. I hope you still have your electric and that you are able to open you business back up soon.  Take Care

Cindy 

At 3:12pm on August 29, 2017, CLT1965 (Cindy) said…

Yes, I am concerning about the people in TX.  I am glad you are doing ok, and hope you and your family continue to be alright.  I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

Take Care

Cindy

At 6:01am on August 28, 2017, Mark62 said…

Hi Cindy - I am OK here but there are so many who are experiencing epic flooding. The office is closed today and probably most of the week. I have had over 25 inches of rain here in two days with rain expected for the next two days. Family and friends are all safe at the moment. I just wish this storm would go away. Mark

At 4:52pm on August 27, 2017, CLT1965 (Cindy) said…

Hi Mark, how are you holding up in all the rain hitting TX?  I hope you are doing alright.  

Take Care

Cindy

At 3:52pm on August 27, 2017,
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Pleased to see you return, Mark. Hope you & your loved ones are safe in Houston. Some of the photos I'm seeing are devastating.
Dianne
 
 
 

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