Tell us how you want to honor a mother by submitting a story or video.
Deadline for submissions is Friday, May 11, 2012 at 5:00pm EDT.
Your stories will be featured on this web page and your videos will be linked to our YouTube or Vimeo channel. You can view previous story submissions below and video submissions here. The story with the most "likes" and the video with the most views will each win one free registration ticket to our 2012 Annual Conference: Poised for Progress.
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My mom dedicated her life to helping others overcome their grief. She was instrumental in creating The Grief Center (later renamed Healing House) in our hometown of Lafayette, LA, a … Continue reading
I want to honor my mother, who has been married almost 50 years to my father, was a stay at home mom and raised three of us kids. My mom … Continue reading
What makes my mother special? She gave me life…kept herself alive for me…and took her last breath of life in my presence. How many children can say that? My mom, … Continue reading
I want to honor my beautiful, loving, caring mother who lost her life to ovarian cancer August 10, 2009. She found out that she had a mass on her ovary … Continue reading
Mothers We Love I know there are several moms out there that deserve to be honored and recognized and, although I am biased, my mom Gail Wasylishyn deserves and has … Continue reading
My mother has always been a symbol of strength and overcoming. She became a single Mom when I was in second grade, and was always making sure we had what … Continue reading
My mom was diagnosed with Stage 4 ovarian cancer right after the New Year. It was devastating for my family as we lost my father to colon cancer approximately 8 … Continue reading
Blessings of Love!! That’s what my mom was to me. She raised seven children, and always put everyone before herself. I can remember going shopping with her after we were … Continue reading
My Mum, Anne, adopted me 33 years ago when I was just 6 months old. I am so glad she did. She was the kindest, most loving mother I ever … Continue reading
My Mother’s Love My mother is my truest friend when life’s trials Are heavy and suddenly fall upon you She clings on and endeavors by her kind percepts and counsels … Continue reading
Arleen Taffel was a much loved and cherished Kindergarten teacher. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer eleven years ago. For the past eight years she has been in constant treatment. … Continue reading
I have to say, May is my least favorite month of the year. Within one month are dates that haunt me: Mother’s Day, which is sometimes the same as my … Continue reading