The Birth of Second Firsts


by Christina Rasmussen The name Second Firsts was born at 2:00am in December 2008 while sitting at my desk trying to figure out what I needed to do with my life. Still grieving very strongly, but also having passion for my life's purpose, I knew then that my life was a gift and i was about to…

Read More

Life After Your Forever Ends


By:  Sharen Wendy Robertson I first met my ex-husband when I was 14 years old, October 19, 1974. We were married about four years later on March 19, 1978. The marriage endured for 28 years, but ended in divorce on February 14, 2006 (yes, Valentine’s Day). What happens when your life with a…

Read More

Your journey back


Your journey back to life with grief as your co-pilot might be somewhat unexpected. And I am not talking about the waves of grief, but about your developing heart and mind. Just think about all the changes that are taking place while your are figuring out your new reality. So many of them... Assume…

Read More

The distinction


Who you are supposed to be because of your loss, and who you truly are, are two very distinct things. There is a difference between living your life under the world's perception of grief and under your self-made realization of loss. Being able to tell the difference and live by it, will allow you…

Read More

The Birth of Second Firsts


by Christina Rasmussen The name Second Firsts was born at 2:00am in December 2008 while sitting at my desk trying to figure out what I needed to do with my life. Still grieving very strongly, but also having passion for my life's purpose, I knew then that my life was a gift and i was about to…

10 Comments2 Minutes

Read More

Life After Your Forever Ends


By:  Sharen Wendy Robertson I first met my ex-husband when I was 14 years old, October 19, 1974. We were married about four years later on March 19, 1978. The marriage endured for 28 years, but ended in divorce on February 14, 2006 (yes, Valentine’s Day). What happens when your life with a…

0 Comments21 Minutes

Read More

Your journey back


Your journey back to life with grief as your co-pilot might be somewhat unexpected. And I am not talking about the waves of grief, but about your developing heart and mind. Just think about all the changes that are taking place while your are figuring out your new reality. So many of them... Assume…

0 Comments1 Minute

Read More

The distinction


Who you are supposed to be because of your loss, and who you truly are, are two very distinct things. There is a difference between living your life under the world's perception of grief and under your self-made realization of loss. Being able to tell the difference and live by it, will allow you…

0 Comments1 Minute

Read More