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After Suicide Returning to Life Thanks to an Owl By: Karyl Chastain Beal
Have you ever lost the ability to laugh? I did.When Arlyn died, I knew I would never laugh again. After all, my child had taken her own life; she had died by suicide.How could I really laugh, when I felt so empty? How could I let lose and laugh out ...
Dealing with Change By: Clare Evans
?The only constant is change?. Change is something that affects us all in our lives some more serious and impacting than others. Moving house, changing jobs, redundancy, divorce, losing a loved one, death, they all affect us in different ways and our ability to cope varies from the ...
Suicide in the Church Part 1 By: Michael Tummillo
Recently, several suicides have occurred right here in my own hometown of about 16,000 people. The latest of these involved a friend of mine who was, among other things, the leader of a Christian Business Fellowship which I attend. He was a lawyer with a terrific wife, two young kids, ...
The Wine of Astonishment By: Patricia Nordman
"Now there was a day..." (Job 1:6); "Thou hast made us to drink the wine of astonishment" (Psalm 60:3 KJV).Not long after our son died I read something that gave me enormous comfort. A father who had just lost his cherished son ran into his pastor's study, literally screaming in ...
Love Revisited Helpful Dos Donts for the WidowWidower Embracing New Love By: Marilyn Stolzman PhD
Is it possible to mourn the loss of a beloved spouse and, while still grieving, to not only meet someone special, but fall in love and begin to build a new relationship that includes a commitment to sharing your lives? Can we overlap our loving and our grieving? The answer ...
Helping Other Cope with Loss By: Brook Noel
As friends, relatives or others who care, there is nothing more difficult then watching those we care about endure pain?especially the pain that comes from unexpected tragedy. As a society who is untrained in how to help, we may feel confused or unsure of how to best support those we ...
Moving Beyond Grief and Loss By: Garrett Coan
In my work as a coach and therapist, I have seen many clients dealing with losses of all kinds'loss of loved ones through death and divorce, for instance. These experiences are difficult for everyone.Stages of Recovery from LossThere are some predictable stages that most people pass through after losing something ...
One Stray Tear By: Ridgely Goldsborough
The delight lit my face as the couple turned the corner into the hallway where we stood in lively conversation. I threw my arms open wide, ignored the cell phones plastered to their ears, greeted each of them, first the husband then the wife who followed slightly behind him.Oblivious, ...
Dealing With Grief and Loss How to Mend a Broken Heart By: Maurice Turmel
What is it about Grief & Loss that upsets us so much? Is it the heavy duty emoting that we have to do to get through our suffering? Is it the fear we have about opening ourselves to all this pain? Because, let's face it, it's hard ...
Gods Will By: Patricia Nordman
"Thus it is not the will of your Father who is in heaven that one of these little ones should perish? (Matthew 18:14 NAS).During World War II Dr. Leslie D. Weatherhead gave five talks on the will of God to his City Temple congregation in England. Fortunately for the rest ...
Coping with Grief Its Called Living Through It By: Gail Stone
"Dad, I tried to wake Nana, I think she's dead." "Grandpa died yesterday." "Oh my God, Daddy's dead." "Uncle Jack died today." "Grandma died last night." "I'm standing with the body of your deceased father-in-law." "Hon, I think we should get a divorce." "I'm sorry, ...
Rain and Rainbows By: Phil Gerbyshak
Lately I've noticed a lot of tragedy in my life and the lives of those around me. And I've noticed that the only way I've been able to deal with it is by surrounding myself with those who care for me, and I've also noticed that my friends that take ...
And You Always Will By: LeAnn R Ralph
I opened the dishtowel drawer for about the sixth time, hoping the towels had somehow magically appeared.The brand new towels still weren't there, of course.?What did Mom DO with them?? I wondered aloud.I knew they had to be around somewhere because I had given them to her for Christmas only ...
Good Grief By: Diana Kennedy
If tears are an indication of how special my relationship with my mother was, I cry with pride! I've come to see grief as pain with a purpose. Interestingly enough, as I cared for my mother in my home the last several weeks of her life, much of what ...
Learning Lifes Lessons Through Adversity By: Steve Brunkhorst
Adversities are a part of living, and we choose the way we react to each adversity in our lives. I would be the last to deny that adversities can be exceedingly difficult. Many times they will be senseless, unfair, painful, and beyond our control to prevent. However, they come into ...
Dying On the Inside A Childs Grief By: Sharyl Calhoun
The impatient tooting of a car horn startled us into awareness. No one had thought beyond making it through the grievous night. Now the sun was up, and it took a moment to realize that this was just like any other school day ? for everyone else. Distasteful tasks always ...
Holiday Heartbreak By: Ena Clewes
It is the season to be jolly, as all the songs and magazine articles will tell you,but for some of us that is not how we feel. Family is the most important part of the Christmas season, the laughter,the visits of far away relatives,the children with their games and of ...
Missing In Action By: Rick Hayes
"We lost our dear loved one the other day; he was eighty seven years old and had a full and rich life."I had to pause mentally for a moment when a friend shared this thought during a conversation. Her emotion expressed a state of remorse with shadows of hopelessness. I ...
Are We All Losers Understanding Grief By: Saundra L Washington
The well-known pioneer researcher Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross identified five states through which the dying patient goes. It is also true that the recently bereaved and the about to be bereaved evidence the same stages. Kubler Ross has labeled the 5 stages denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. People do not ...
Dealing with a Loss By: Kelly Kennedy
If there is a death of a spouse or breakup in a relationship or marriage its usually going to trigger a different response in every person however it's usually not a good response. Each person will mourn a loss in different ways. There are five common stages of ...
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