Krista Berge

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Krista graduated from Florida Southwestern State College with a degree in Nursing and is currently and RN. Helping others is her passion and before taking some time off this past year, she taught in the community about health and wellness. Krista is also a mother to four beautiful children Boston, Lincoln, Brinklee, and Storie Belle. They seem to take up a lot of her time with their sports and loaded social calendars BUT when she finds a moment, Krista enjoys reading, eating an obscene amount of Mexican food, and taking little adventures around the Southwest Florida area.
You, My Dear Matter. Stay
As a part of suicide awareness month, we want others to learn about this very important subject that is becoming more and more relevant in our lives especially with the ...
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The First Year Isn’t the Hardest Year
Brian’s been gone for two years today.  Ugh.  Two. Years.  (Annnnddd reality hit again with typing that) So today, in a nutshell, was harsh.  I don’t know what I was ...
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It’s Time for You to See What Death by Suicide Leaves Behind. A Story of a Widow’s Fight to Survive.
I have to be honest with you…I am struggling to write this. I am scared to let you in on this secret. Worried about my kids eventually reading these words. ...
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The Days are Hard…A Wife’s Story of Survival After Her Husband’s Suicide
The days are hard and that’s even an understatement. They’re so busy, ya know? Four kids, sports, work, a household to run…that’ll do it to you. I’m constantly busy. Then ...
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I Have to Tell Them..This Story, Our Story..Your Story
I have to tell them, Brian. I have to tell them this story, our story, your story.  Tell them that for five years you fought and you fought hard.  There ...
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