Tag Archives: Grief

Tears

Crying is the most natural response when we lose someone or something important to us. We have every reason to grieve and be sad, but our grief is not as the hopeless when they grieve. You see, we have an … Continue reading

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The Healing Center

I think people get bored of grief.” said Natasha. It’s like you’re allowed some unspoken allotted time – six months maybe- and then they get faintly irritated that you’re not ‘ better,’ like your being self-indulgent hanging on to your … Continue reading

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The Dark Nights

Grief and loss and suffering, even depression and spiritual crisis, the dark nights of the soul only worsen when we try to ignore or deny or avoid them. The healing journey begins when we turned toward them and learn how … Continue reading

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Dying Well

Imagine you are seriously ill, and finish this sentence about living: I want to live if I can…. Now finish this sentence about your death: I want mine to be. Then follow up with these questions. Do you have an … Continue reading

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Honor the empty seat

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
“Loneliness is the most difficult when we are surrounded by people. It is ourselves we are missing?”- calendar page Under the best of circumstances, holidays can be hard for families. Do you…

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