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Pet Loss Significant and Profound Loss or Much Ado About Nothing By: Marcia Breitenbach
For those who have deeply loved and lost their animal companions, the answer is obvious and yet disturbing. There are still far too many people in our culture who minimize and trivialize the loss of a pet. They tell the grieving friend, colleague or family member, "What's wrong ...
An Opening Revisiting An Old Loss By: Stephen Gilbert
I can't explain where, after thirty-one years, the need to visit my mother's grave came from. I was driving south on Highway 99, thinking about this and wondering what to expect when I got there. I first started feeling this need a few months earlier and ...
How to Deal with Suicide and Euthenasia By: Corbin Wright
The following is a report that indicates how you might recognize suicidals, and how you might deal with them. But a warning: Suicide can be a very complex issue, and it might be better to have a professional deal with this issue if it comes up, but if this is ...
Relationship Advice Our Dog Died Today Grieve Together By: Steve Roberts
Our 14 year old golden retriever, Rudy, died today. My wife, Pam, and I are grief stricken. Rudy was with us for more than half our married life. He was our hiking partner, our companion every day, our friend.Thankfully, we have each other in our grief. And, we have had ...
When Healing Comes By: Dr Mel Glazer
We have all been educated to acquire things. We have been taught how to get an education, get a job, buy a house. There are lots of courses to teach us whatever it is that we need to know. But what education do we receive about dealing with loss? Where ...
Afraid Of Dying Afraid Of Living By: Edward Toupin
Over the years, I've heard many people voice their concerns of death and dying. It wasn't that they had any maladies that would cause them to die any time soon, but they were "afraid of their own immortality." The basic idea of death, or the potential of death, ...
Of Death Dying and the Possibility of a Hereafter By: Richard Helfant
Death is the greatest of our fears. Most of us believe it to be a cruel, catastrophic finality-the end of all we know, of all we are. Yet, Albert Einstein said, ?When gazing into the profoundly moving beauty of the eternal, life and death flow into one another. There is ...
My Mothers Passing By: Iya Ifalola Omobola
My father passed a few years ago. It left a wenching feeling within my heart which I had not expected as we had not communicated in years. I was sitting at my desk, where I worked at the time for a theatre company here in Chicago. The director had answered ...
Crying Is A Healing Activity By: Pradeep Chadha
More or less everywhere in the world, children are taught to refrain from crying. I remember incidents from my own early childhood. If I fell down and then cried , my family members would distract me from crying. They would say 'see you have killed an ant?. In my innocence, ...
Mom Shining Down On Me Respirator Related By: Linda Meckler
Do you have a living trust made out? Is it filed in a safe place? Do you want to be able to make the final decisions on your own life? Have you informed your family about this?The questions above are the most important questions you will ever have to answer. ...
Depression from a Spiritual Perspective By: Friedrich Asen
When you read about depression, you will encounter many passages like the following:?These brain chemicals?in varying amounts?are responsible for our emotional state. Depression happens, when these chemical messages aren't delivered correctly between brain cells, disrupting communication.?What could be probably wrong with that statement?It is based on the unquestioned belief that ...
Coping with Tragedy and Loss By: Brook Noel
On Monday, hundreds of thousands of people felt Hurricane Katrina's impact not only losing loved ones but their homes, belongings and jobs. In the wake of tragedy, taking care of ourselves is important. Allowing time to overcome the numbness, the shock, the disbelief'these are all parts of the grieving ...
Suicide in the Church Part 2 By: Michael Tummillo
In a town the size of mine - about 16,000 - can a few suicides within a 90-day period be considered an epidemic? I'd say so. Quite a few Christians have contacted me since these tragedies have occurred, people struggling with the in's and out's of suicide and its ...
Angel of Comfort The Story By: Sharae Taylor
I am an Angel artist and several weeks ago while listening to the late night news, a news story came on that really touched my heart. On the way home in the wedding limo ... a drunk driver caused a horrible wreck, resulting in the loss of a child and ...
The Worst Thing About Loss By: Dr Mel Glazer
When my Mother died 28 years ago, all I wanted to do was come home from the cemetery, climb into bed under my "blankie," cover my face with the pillow, and never come out. I didn't want to see anyone or be with anyone. My Mama had just died, and ...
A Child is Gone An Aunties Perspective By: Cherlyn Garrett
It was 9pm on the West Coast when I received the call. My brother and his family had been in an accident.My brother was in critical condition, unconscious, several broken bones and a gloomy prognosis. He was being wheeled into the operating room when I got the call.My ...
Death and How it Affects the Living By: George Lockett
When we talk about life and death it is necessary for us to question who and what we are? What life is all about and how we interact with each other?Life is something very subtle within the body. It is the life force, which holds all the different ...
Loss Involves Change The Transformative Power of Loss and Change By: Clare Mann
There are many experiences in life, which remind us that change is an inevitable part of living. We then have to choose to either to resist this process or look for new ways of finding meaning in our lives. Losing a loved one to homicide, for example, ...
Are You Afraid Of Repairing Memories Of Your Emotional Past By: Nick Arrizza MD
I find it interesting and puzzling that most individuals fail to recognize how not repairing traumatic memories of one's emotional past (which we all have plenty of by the way) can severely undermine all aspects of their life.I say that because to ignore such emotionally traumatic material literally causes inordinate ...
If Ever It Is Me By: Deborah Uetz
With my father, his brother and their father having had late onset Alzheimer's I can't help but wonder if someday it will be my fate. This is what I have told my family.If it is ever me with Alzheimer's disease please protect me. I don't want to be lost. I ...
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