Follow Your Joy. Check out these quotes by Dickinson, Twain, Rumi, Keats, Kinkade, Millay & others. Internal link to transform grief to joy.
Learn from Opposites explores beauty/ugliness, hot/cold, joy/grief. Actor, Arthur Garfield endorses artistic expression to cope with grief.
Wisdom of Helen Keller speaks of overcoming her disabilities and shares her amazing insights in coping with loss. Applicable to general grief.
Why gratitude? Benefits derived by being thankful, including during grief. Quotes from O. Winfrey, W. Nelson, C. Bronte, T. Wilder and others.
Explore concepts of Grief & Time by contemplating past, present, future mindsets: Angelou, Longfellow, Tolle, Pythagoras, Winnie the Pooh +
Wash Away Negativity with four simple actions involving imagining, hydrating, soaking and listening to a specific hertz frequency.
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.