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Losing a Loved One By: John Seeley
Here I sit in Wisconsin in my Aunt Mary's hospice room, as she lay dying. I'm feeling myriad emotions and thoughts are surfacing that I haven't had in years. I've met with a number of my relatives, siblings, cousins, and brother-in-law. It seems that I only see ...
Thank You Anyway Father By: Patricia Nordman
"You shall not fear the terror of night..." (Psalm 91:5a NIV).His scream on that black December night severed my heart into bleeding halves that wept red agony. The blood-curdling scream and the gunshot dissolved into death, a finality that seemed impossible, unbelievable.Chuck was our oldest son. Psalm 55:4 says, "My ...
Emotional Gravity And Physical Gravity Same Or Different By: Nick Arrizza MD
In a recent article entitled "Obesity and Emotional Gravity" I describe how individuals who experience a new personal growth strategy called the Mind Resonance Process(TM) (MRP) find themselves spontaneously and effortlessly losing large amounts of weight without any change in their dietary or exercise routines.MRP which I have written extensively ...
Anticipatory Grief Work What is It and How Do You Do It By: Harriet Hodgson
If you're going through anticipatory grief you've probably heard of "grief work." Health professionals may use the term without explaining it. Anticipatory grief is so draining and confusing you may not have a clear picture of your grief work. What is it? How can you accomplish ...
The Lesson of a Mothers Death By: Lynn Moore
Dedicated to my mother, FlorenceNovember 11, 1920 ? May 25, 2005The Passing of the TorchShe lies in peaceful repose on her back with her hands, one atop the other, gently resting on her tummy. Those hands that loved to play the piano, taught me how to make the ...
We are the Reflection of our Lives How to Survive Loss Humility By: C BaileyLloyd
Everyday, I look in the mirror to see the face staring back at me. Sometimes it is lined with stress, sorrow and grief. Other times, it simply smiles in humbled reservation. But the reflection of our lives... that, is who we are -- who we represent ourselves to be. For ...
Anticipatory Grief and Ongoing Sadness for Caregivers By: Judy Wright
In 1969, Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross published her famous book; On Death and Dying and later went on to launch the Hospice movement in America. Even though her studies focused more on those who were dying than the caregivers that were left behind, her work has had enormous influence on ...
The Time Sequences of Grief Moving Through Loss By: Gloria Lintermans
The loss of a spouse is one of the most difficult loses we experience as your entire day-to-day life is turned upside-down. The grieving process following this loss is divided into five time sequences of grief. One to four months would be called SHOCK, five to eight months of mourning ...
Do You Know Someone Whos Dying By: Dwight Norwood
Too many people are dying alone?The dying are one of society's most unrecognized and under-served groups. As individuals near the end of life they are often ignored, discounted, misunderstood and forgotten.We are doing something about it?The Twilight Brigade/Compassion in Action is a national 501c(3) nonprofit organization committed to raising society's ...
Online Memorial A Dedication of Love for Your Departed Loved Ones By: Rick Valens
Life has always been a journey, a journey of finding of one true self and happiness. As however destined, all journeys will eventually find its very own destination and it is inevitable that every one of us will eventually have to depart from this world.Many a times in our life, ...
On Empathy By: Sam Vaknin
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1999 edition) defines empathy as:"The ability to imagine oneself in anther's place and understand the other's feelings, desires, ideas, and actions. It is a term coined in the early 20th century, equivalent to the German Einf?hlung and modelled on "sympathy." The term is used with special (but ...
Birthday Miracle By: Beverly Keaton Smith
During my younger years, my mom made a big deal out of birthdays. We wore birthday hats, blew up balloons, played games, opened lots of presents and stuffed ourselves with cake and ice cream. It seemed like a sacred moment when we made a wish before blowing out the number ...
In the Blink of an Eye By: Carolina Fernandez
Today's Quote: ?My house is burned down, but I can see the sky." Sally Reed, cancer survivorThirty five years ago this weekend, my father died. Killed when the Mack Truck Lear jet he was traveling on crashed into Lake Michigan, he died in the blink of an eye. There ...
Dying at Home A Precious Gift By: Lorraine Kember
Few of us care to think about the inevitability of our own demise. We except that we are not immortal, however for the most part, we are successful in putting thoughts of our own death from our mind. When those close to us die, we painfully become aware of ...
What is an Appropriate Sympathy Gift By: Sharae Taylor
When a friend or loved one is grieving, it is hard to know what to say or how to show your support. When you want to provide comfort and support and show your concern for a family member, a friend, or an associate, a personalized gift is always an ideal ...
Anticipatory Grief Symptoms Whats the Big Deal By: Harriet Hodgson
Anticipatory grief has been described as a "normal process," but life is far from normal if you're going through it. Some experts list symptoms in broad terms, and others list them in detail. Short list or long, anticipatory grief symptoms are jarring.You may have bouts of crying, for ...
Interview with Christy Lowry author of PAM Life Beyond Death Joy Beyond Grief By: Irene Watson
We are so pleased to have with us Christy Lowry, all the way from Anchorage, Alaska, speaking with us today. She shares her incredible journey of experiencing the death of her daughter, the grieving process, and the healing that occurred.Irene: Your book ?PAM: Life Beyond Death; Joy Beyond ...
Thoughts on the AfterLife By: Corbin Wright
1st Internet Question: DO YOU BELIEVE IN REINCARNATION? FOR THOSE WHO DON'T UNDERSTAND REINCARNATION, IT'S A PROCESS WHEREBY YOU LIVE A NUMBER OF LIFE-TIMES IN ORDER TO PERFECT YOUR LIFE THAT COULDN'T BE ACCOMPLISHED DURING ONE LIFE-TIME BEFORE YOU ARE ACCEPTED IN THE GREAT BEYOND.The responses come from 2 Christian ...
How to Deal With A Death in the Family and Still Run Your Small Business By: Lance Winslow
As a small business owner we have to deal with tax law changes, local ordinances, environmental laws, Worker's Compensation, etc. Just when we thought we had everything under control, something terrible happenes. A death in the family. Oh my God you say? What do I do ...
Why Dont We Talk About Anticipatory Grief By: Harriet Hodgson
I know anticipatory grief - a feeling of loss before a death or dreaded event occurs - far too well. My mother suffered from probable Alzheimer's disease and I was her caregiver for nine years. As time passed she lost the ability to reason, track numbers, read a ...
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