Meet Alyson and Chance Williams – our WARM Place Classic Event Chairs! We talked with the Williams about their personal connection to The WARM Place and why they are excited for this brand new WARM Place event. We are so grateful for their leadership on the Classic committee and their love for The WARM Place…

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Spring is here, and The WARM Place is blooming with excitement and changes! Since this time last year, we have been constantly growing, changing, and learning to find creative ways to meet the needs of grieving families in our community within the parameters we’ve been given. The safety of our families, volunteers, and staff has…

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Grief isn’t something you just “get over”. It is learning strength and bravery in a new way. In difficult times we rely on our strengths to protect us and help us maneuver the rough parts in our lives. When we are feeling extremely sad, angry, fearful, or just plain overwhelmed, it is easy to lose…

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With spring’s arrival, flowers begin to bloom, weather becomes warmer, and winter fades away. Spring is often seen as a new beginning and a time to remove the old and make room for what is new. That can sometimes be difficult for a grieving family. It’s important with grief to continue to keep your loved…

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Preserving and discussing memories about your loved one may feel like a difficult task based on how you grieve, how your child grieves, and how you grieve together as a family. The following activities ignite discussion and reflection about beloved qualities missed in our loved ones. Spend some time as a family or individually reflecting on your…

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Many associate Valentine’s Day with chocolates, greeting cards, flowers, and stuffed animals. Though this holiday is a reminder to spread love to those you care about, this holiday can be exceptionally difficult for grieving families. Just like any holiday or significant date, grief thoughts and feelings can make it feel nearly impossible to self-regulate throughout…

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Ringing in the new year may have been something you have been looking forward to for many months. As we anticipate what this new year may hold, it can bring a mixture of emotions. Many families have shared that they are grateful to have 2020 in their rearview mirror and feel hopeful for the future.…

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Meet Bill Harrell, or as he is affectionately known to many…“Poppa Frog.” Bill proudly graduated from TCU in 1968 and has been a dedicated and generous member of our Fort Worth community ever since. After serving as the president of the Frog Club for two years, serving as the president of TCU’s National Alumni Association,…

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