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Remembering lives lost to violence and suicide


Grief in losing a loved one whether through violence, suicide or natural causes is a process that everyone at some point in their life will experience. The absence of having your loved one gone from your life, gone from family gatherings or birthday celebrations always tugs at your heart. There is no time limit on grief, but expressing your feelings and remembering those who have passed helps to ease the pain.

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Recordando vidas perdidas por la violencia y el suicidio


El dolor en la pérdida de un ser querido, ya sea a través de violencia, suicidio o causas naturales, es un proceso que todos en algún momento de su vida experimentarán. La ausencia de tener a su ser querido, quien se ha ido de su vida, se ha ido de las reuniones de la familia o de las celebraciones del cumpleaños siempre da de tirones a su corazón. No hay límite de tiempo en el dolor, pero expresar sus sentimientos y recordar a los que han fallecido ayuda a aliviar el dolor.

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Memorial Day weekend events honor nation’s heroes

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – As the commemoration of the Centennial of World War I (2014-19) continues, the National World War I Museum and Memorial serves as a fitting place to honor and recognize the men and women who sacrificed their lives while serving their country during Memorial Day weekend. Additionally, the Museum invites the public to “find your World War I connection” and discover how the Great War affected your family through records, photographs and more with a variety of programs throughout the weekend.

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“Veterans, Suicides, Doctors & Treatment”For every suicide by a Veteran’s Administration (VA) cared for, treated veteran there are two vets not under VA care. That, according to President Donald Trump’s appointee to head the VA – Dr. David Shulkin – is a top priority of his new job.

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