How are you approaching grief? Is your grief normal? Are there right ways to grieve? Is it unusual to speak to your dearly departed?
It seems there is never a time when we are ready for grief. We may say, “Wait, grief weight!” First of all, we never want it in our lives. If it must come, surely it could just wait, right? Then when it does arrive, it comes with a tremendously weighty burden. How can we cope?Continue reading “Wait Grief Weight”
What is the connection between grief and visits from beyond? Sometimes when we grieve, it may feel as if we’re crawling into a cocoon, a cave or even a dungeon. We can be so caught up in our sorrow that we may miss a visit from beyond. Here are three thought leaders who have helpedContinue reading “Grief and Visits from Beyond”
True stories of searching for the lost: my keys, my diamond ring and my dearly departed son.
Grief Relief addresses a few grief models (including Dr. Kubler-Ross’ model), Dr. Amen, complicated grief, indigenous cultures & creativity.
Our connections to art as well as grief are based upon life experiences. There are distinct differences between grief and child loss grief.
How could I handle our first major holiday without our son?
The habit of gratitude can change your life!
Where do they go? What can we do? The topic of masked emotions is currently very timely. Not only are many of us masking our faces for viral protection, but may also be hiding our emotions. Sometimes we are concerned with upsetting others by truly expressing our feelings. Perhaps we are frightened or angry regardingContinue reading “MASKED EMOTIONS”
The clay pot technique of Kintsugi means golden joinery. This art parallels our broken human natures.