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…with possible solutions to get you through difficult times
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…with possible solutions to get you through difficult times
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If you cannot talk with family or friends. . .
consider support agencies for confidential help
Is your marriage
Rhonda is a certified marriage counselor
Scriptures. . .
can be found on various mobile devices
A good book. . .
can be a source of knowledge and comfort
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Help Lines
A call to these agencies may help you with your grief or concerns.
888-453-5900   24-Hour Crisis Line (First Step)
800-241-4949   Suicide Prevention
866-856-0126   Adult Foster Care Licensing
800-398-GAYS  Help Line for Gay/Lesbian Issues
888-435-5655   Health Emergency Lifeline Programs
800-621-4000   National Runaway Switchboard
800-292-4517   Runaway Assistance Program
800-298-4424   Citizens Alliance to Uphold Special Education
800-547-5005   Green Path Debt Solutions, Credit Counseling and Budgeting
800-656-4673   RAININ (24 Hours) Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault
800-284-0046   Citizens for Better Care (Elder/Senior)
888-844-2891   Gamblers Anonymous and GamAnon
800-621-8650   AT&T Lifeline Program (telephone shut-off assistance)
800-872-2437   AIDS Hotline
800-227-8922   AIDS Hotline
-----211-----    United Way (emergency services)
If you enjoy browsing for information on the internet, you might start with some of these organizations for support or advice.

  • GriefNet, an Internet community connecting those who grieve with those who can help, can be found at

  • National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization is the largest and oldest nonprofit public benefit organization devoted exclusively to hospice care. National Hospice Organization is dedicated to promoting and maintaining quality care for terminally ill persons and their families, and to making hospice an integral part of the U.S. healthcare system.

  • United States & International ACCESS (AirCraft Casualty Emotional Support Services). Grief support for people affected by aircraft disasters.
Need spiritual comfort? You might start with these Scriptures.
Open your heart to God's Word by reading your Bible.
Below are Scriptures on comfort to assure you that God is your Comforter in time of trouble.  
  • Psalm 46:1 (KJV). God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.
  • Nahum 1:7 (KJV). The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble, and he knoweth them that trust in him.
  • Matthew 11:28 (KJV). Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.
  • John 16:33 (KJV). These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace.  In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

Perhaps you will enjoy all, some or none of these books but, if you're like me, you may want to find a good book (from this list and/or from your own search) to cuddle up with to address your grief or pain.
100 Things to Always Remember and One Thing to Never Forget  by Douglas Pagels, Special Edition

The Bible Promise Book.  Published by Barbour and Co., Inc.
The Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth am I Here For?  by Rick Warren
The Joy of Meditation  by Jack and Cornelia Addington
Lists To Live By: For Everything That Really Matters  by Alice Gray, Steve Stephens, John Van Diest
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