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"When I hear of the death of someone in the military, I know that it is more than the death of one person, it is the death of many people, of the family, and that no words are the right words. Wives, children, grandchildren's lives are torn apart, as in my family; there is a sadness that will linger for many years to come."

Tina M. Aden

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The families of the fallen and severely injured must also endure grief in these current conflicts, yet they are often isolated and unrecognized.

If you are a grieving family member of one of our fallen heroes or are coping with a loved one’s serious injury, please consider sharing with others what helps you through the day. Perhaps a certain book has brought you peace in dark moments. Or being with others who are also grieving has helped to lighten the burden.  There may even have been times when humor has helped to break the tension of an otherwise unbearable situation.

Don't underestimate the power of your wisdom to help another going through a similar experience.

2010 “National Memorial Day Concert” honoree Taryn Davis founded the American Widow Project for just this reason. It is a “nonprofit organization dedicated to the new generation of those who have lost the heroes of yesterday, today and tomorrow, with an emphasis on healing through sharing stories, tears and laughter – military widow to military widow.”

You can also write a eulogy here for a love one or friend who died in one of America’s conflicts. Sometimes sharing your memories and feelings initiates a healing journey.

To upload a photo to accompany your tribute, use the "Image" button to the lower left of your comment box. Or submit a video by uploading it to YouTube and copy/pasting the URL of your YouTube video into the box below, together with your comment. State the name of the person you are honoring and share your remembrance. Don’t forget to look directly into the camera!

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