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Katrina Whispered Something Can You Hear It By: Russ Reina
Hurricane Katrina has hit all of us in America, both literally and figuratively, close to home. Initially, the most startling thing to me was seeing, in report after report, news media personnel covering the scene and breaking down emotionally. This experience was personal to them, so it became personal to ...
After the Affair Part 1 By: Michael Hadfield
You don't know what it is, something unusual happens in your day, a strange coincidence, or you just find yourself somehow being pulled??but you arrive home at a time when you would normally not be home, You feel a little odd, can't quite put your finger on it but you ...
Lessons from the Dying By: Barbara C Phillips
Dan called me to his room. He looked perplexed and asked "who are all these people Barbara?"I looked around the room. On the walls there were posters of various people and events. On his dresser were pictures of his mother, late partner and various friends who were no longer alive. ...
Starting Over After Loss By: Kim Olver
How does one start over after the loss of a loved one? It is a monumental task that just feels overwhelming at times. Similar rebuilding occurs after the death, divorce or separation of a loved one.First comes the shock of the loss and an almost denial that is has happened, ...
Mexico Death in Mexico By: Douglas Bower
Death: No thank you. Dying: Gives me a panic attack. Burial: Not today, please. Of all the subjects I could write about, this one is my least favorite. It, in fact, could easily send me into the mother of all anxiety fits. Nevertheless, it is necessary to visit the subject ...
Ways to Cope With Bereavement By: Gene Torrey
Most traumas, including the death of a spouse are potentially shattering experiences. These events can disrupt the survivor's social, emotional, and cognitive worlds. Although there has been frequent mention in the literature that traumatic situations cause people to talk about their experiences most evidence has been anecdotal. When someone within ...
Dealing With Tragedies The 911 Tragedy By: Gary Simpson
September 11, 2001, marked yet another significant turning point in world history. Whatever innocence was left in the world was lost on that fateful day.On lesser numeric scales, equally heinous crimes are committed against humanity virtually every day of the year.What is happening in the world? It is difficult to ...
When Your Widowed Parent ReMarries An Adult Childs Perspective By: Gloria Lintermans
Chances are that you grew up in a two-parent family, a mom and a dad. Went to a local school, away to college, married, had children of your own. And then, tragedy struck and your mother passed away, leaving your father a widower. He has mourned his loss and, in ...
Learning to Live Again By: Amanda Evans
Overcoming death and beginning once again to live is the one thing that we never anticipate can happen after we have experienced death. The truth is however, that whether we like it or not life continues on. The decision that we need to make is whether we wish ...
Coping with Pet Grief How to Move Forward While Mourning the Loss of a Pet By: Marcia Breitenbach
Grieving for our animal companions is painful and can leave us feeling overwhelmed and unable to even imagine moving forward into life again. There are many reasons why this can happen, and yet, the most important thing is to find ways to decrease inertia and activate the self-healer within.You ...
Stephanie Rose Pierre A Year Without Her By: Connie Pierre
The worn yellow lines on Highway 17 were coming too swiftly, as each line indicated we were closer to seeing my little girl's grave.Charlie, a thirty year old man who can no longer pretend to be a dumb kid is driving his pick-up truck, given to us by my brother, ...
Watching Death By: Dennis Siluk
Like it or not, we think in line with our customs and tradition often times, right down to the level of how we think of death, or about death. I was a licensed counselor for many years, and the issue came up a few times, and I was sad ...
Why Did My Three Brothers Die So Young By: Cindy Brooks
To many people, this article might be depressing. My belief is that death is a part of life. Nobody knows how long they will live. We must therefore, live our life fully with purpose and joy. Each day is a gift from God to be cherished.First ...
Grief Support The Dos By: Saundra L Washington
Helpers often ask questions such as: "What should I do? What should I say? Am I doing the right thing? Did I do the wrong thing?" Here are some suggestions for how to best help those in grief.1) Do give grievers the permission to grieve. You do this by your presence, ...
Unlocking the Bonds of Shame By: Douglas Frans
Shame is one of the most insidious and destructive emotions that we experience on a regular basis. It tends to be a corrosive thread that can eat away at our personal power and consume us in its fire over a period of years. For many, it is so embedded in ...
Online Monument An Everlasting Tribute to Your Departed Loved Ones By: Rick Valens
Memories are never to be buried along with the loss of our very loved ones. To be forever remembered as someone whom we always love, they always should be.However sadly to be saying, along the passage of time, little by little, memories of our loved ones sometimes just fade off ...
Proof of Spiritual Afterlife Messages from Beyond By: C BaileyLloyd
On the 19th of October, my father passed away at home. Surrounded by family and friends, my dad fought death until he could no more. His battle had been long and weary; and though we'd tried every resource under the sun to "fix him," in the end, he lost his ...
Surviving Tragedy By: Dr Randy Wysong
The loss of loved ones is inevitable. The tragedy is not so much for the one who has passed as it is for those who remain and suffer guilt, regrets and loneliness.There is no adequate way to prepare for and no way to escape tragedy other than to die before ...
A Friendship Too Brief By: Kenneth C Hoffman
Too soon for lunch and hungry after a spin through town on my bike, I spied a Dunkin Donuts and stopped for a break. To while the time, I brought along my graphic arts workbook. Next to me two stools away sat an old man, dressed in scruffy, ...
Dads Life and Death By: Mark Brandenburg
When he looked at me, it was clear my father wasn't sure who I was. And as I looked back at him, I wasn't sure who he was, either.My father had just endured two heart surgeries and 6 days in intensive care. He'd returned to the hospital where he'd worked ...
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