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Afterward You Will Understand By: Patricia Nordman
"What I am doing you do not know now, but afterward you will understand" (John 13:7).At the time Peter could not comprehend why Jesus wanted to wash his feet. Later, when he heard the rooster crow, perhaps then Peter understood the servile act his Lord bestowed upon all the apostles, ...
When Change Comes Dealing With Grief and Loss By: Dr Brenda Shoshanna
Needless to say, the time after loss is volatile and confusing for most people. Unresolved issues come to the fore and questions we have not answered must often be confronted. Along with a sense of abandonment and sorrow, anger often arises. Most have little understanding of what they are going ...
Share Your Grief By: Gene Torrey
Everyone gets to experience a moment of grief, loss and sadness at some point in their lifetime. Grief is something that follows a loss. Grief can take many forms: it can initially settle in as numbness and later evolve to become a mixture of sadness, anger, confusion, sense of being ...
Beyond A Mothers Nightmare To Radical Forgiveness By: Linda Miller
It was a moment I will never forget.On February 22, 2003, I was visiting with my son Brian Michael (http://www.BrianMichaelGuthrie.com) at his home in North Carolina, where I had been since Christmas. Brian had had an accident at work a few days earlier and hurt his back, so I was ...
What this Rabbi Learned from Not being Rehired By: Dr Mel Glazer
It's a familiar story, and I have been through it before, and so have you. In January the Synagogue Personnel Committee told me that they were recommending that the synagogue not renew my contract. I had been here six years, and now they said it was time to go. I ...
How to Cope with Anticipatory Grief By: Lorraine Kember
Anticipatory grief is the name given to the mix of emotions experienced when we are living in expectation of loss and grieving because of it. Anticipatory Grief is particularly relevant to those who have received a terminal diagnosis and for those who love and care for them.Terminal diagnosis changes ...
Now There Was a Night By: Patricia Nordman
"Now there was a day ... and Satan also came among them" (Job 1:6 NKJ); "... The day of grief and desperate sorrow ... Then behold, at eventide, trouble!" (Is.17:11c,14 NKJ).It's no comfort that every person's day finally comes. I felt that my day--my dark night of the soul--came that ...
Whens Sarah Coming Home Helping Your Child Understand Death By: Dr Charles Sophy
For most children, their first experience with grief comes with the death of a beloved family pet. When Zoe the eight-week old puppy dies of parvovirus or Tweety the budgie stops singing his morning song, a child experiences profound and lasting loss for the first time in their young ...
Healing After Loss By: Marilyn Stolzman PhD
Loss is a fact of life. Yet, following loss, their needs to be a healthy healing, a healing that allows life not only to simply continue, but with joy and determination. What are the elements that make up healing? Whether suffering from a divorce, loss of a child, loss of ...
Life Trumps Death By: Clayton Shold
Do you ever ponder the meaning of life? Why are we here? Perhaps these questions surface when we receive news we'd rather not receive, the passing of an uncle, a beloved aunt, a friend's spouse who died for the wrong reason. I'm not sure I believe myself when I ...
Death Resources By: Sam Oliver
This interesting article addresses some of the key issues regarding death resources. A careful reading of this material could make a big difference in how you think about death resources.Each of us find ourselves wondering about dying. This introspective look at our future engages our hearts and minds to enter ...
The Look of Grief By: Andrea Gambill
Never, since man has walked upright, have people all over the globe had more educational advantages or more opportunities to practice advanced social and interpersonal skills. And yet, for the most part, we still have not learned to look past the obvious, to see beyond the exterior shell of our ...
Supporting Our Grieving Children To Cope with Katrina and Other Losses By: Marcia Breitenbach
Children may feel the same feelings when they grieve as adults, yet their responses can be very different. In addition, every day through the media, images of death, loss, grief and violence are presented to not only adult eyes, but also the vulnerable eyes and hearts of our children. ...
You Have to Show Up On Small Miracles Okay maybe not so small By: Laura Young
I hadn't intended to go to my cousin's funeral.That sounds terrible, I know. And if I had chosen to focus on the 18 year estrangement of various factions of my family from each other and my own 15 year estrangement from my uncles (hey, Greeks are a war-like people, what ...
The End of a Relationship Can Be a Terrible Loss By: Dr Jackie Black
Breaking up, getting divorced and the death of your partner are among the biggest loss events in life.There are three important things to remember:1. Grief is the reaction to a loss event;2. Grieving is the normal, natural, and necessary process that restores us to wholeness;3. Grieving is a wholly feeling experience.Grieving is as ...
Death By: CD Mohatta
To die means to live no more. A person who was identified by a name, a family, a character, a nationality and many lovely values is no more. That person will never be found again on the earth ever again. A neighbor, who you see everyday, can not be found ...
Is It Ok To Cry By: Rick Hayes
I attended the earthly funeral ceremony yesterday of a friend. His earthly completion to us here in earth would be considered too soon, as he was but forty-four years of age. A sudden completion, needless to say it was a shock to everyone.As I entered the building and approached his ...
This Is Lance By: Shannon Lynnes Heggem
Today the headlines announced the sad news of Lance Newman's untimely death. The words look so strange as I type them; after all, he can't be gone, can he? Is it really true?Though it was several years ago, I still remember the first time Lance called me for ...
Finding Lifes Candles for Dark Moments By: Ana Tampanna
Tragedy doesn't make an appointment. It attacks! A terrifying surprise that explodes in the midst of a family. Tragedy brings with it multiple consequences as well?financial disaster, depression, guilt and blame. Devastating fallout! Marriages fall apart, family members commit suicide, personalities change. Yet tragedies occur daily. Tornadoes and earthquakes ...
Grief Dealing With Loss By: Nick Arrizza MD
If you have ever lost someone dear to you it is likely that you can still summon up the grief that you may still be carrying deep inside yourself as a result of the loss. If this grief, which is usually felt as a deep saddness, is something that you ...
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