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Overcoming Grief By: Brian Jones
During my first year of college a life-long family friend and mentor tragically lost his son. Separated by distance, I assumed that his Christian friends, the staff at his church, and his Sunday school class would step in and wrap their arms around him and his wife. Needless to say ...
Death of a Parent Saying GoodBye to Mommy or Daddy By: Diana LMI Dawson
Coping with the death of a loved one is never easy, regardless of how old you are when that loss occurs. For children who lose a parent, however, the effects can be devastating, indeed, and a plan will need to be put in place so that they can learn ...
Suicide in the Church Part 3 By: Michael Tummillo
Suicide strikes...AGAIN!This may wind up being the most important article some have ever read. I hope it will not only help a few readers, but that it will open the eyes of others, aiding in their understanding, motivating them to help. I trust there will be those who will actually ...
Threads of Life the Inevitability of Loss By: Evan Lyn
Everyone's life is like a thread. There is a beginning, a middle, and an end. Some threads are short, and others are very long. But all of them do end. No thread on this earth goes on forever. A person is born, lives for a time, and then dies.And I ...
Transformation A Time for Change By: Bonnie Moss
At one point and time in life, we go through a major transformation hopefully mostly for the better. It can be a conscious choice, it can be from a crisis, or a totally unexpected change.A major change in life can bring an important message worth paying attention ...
Fear of Death By: Arvind Katoch
Lot of people dies every day. This is the biggest reality on earth. But still it is most unspoken word. Nobody even wants to think about it. When we hear about it, a strange fear starts coming in to our mind. Why this fear, none can answer this question. We ...
Whispers Of Love By: Theodore Sares
There have been many studies on the different so-called stages of dying including, of course, the famous Kubler-Ross study and that of Debbie Messer Zlatin, but few, if any, have offered much insight into issues involving the relationship between hope, dignity grief, and mourning. Suffice to say I have always ...
Why Individuals Have Surivior Guilt By: Nick Arrizza MD
Survivor guilt is the guilt that is carried by individuals who survive the death of loved ones or other members of a cultural, national, religious or other group that they belong to.It is felt along with feelings of unworthiness, a sense of being undeserving, an unconscious need to join their ...
Some Tips On Getting Over Your Past By: Kelly Guldin
Your past is a tricky thing. It has shaped you, made you who you are today. If it was difficult or painful, you can't just cut yourself off from it. However, to be healthy, productive, and successful, you can't stay stuck in it either.One thing we need ...
Hospice Care Services By: Sam Oliver
In this article, I will outline key points my fellow hospice team members and I have observed in our day to day work.. I have worked over 12 years as a Spiritual Counselor in Hospice Care. Each person teaches me something, though it is I who is supposed to minister ...
For Seven Days I Thought I Was Dying By: Dr Mel Glazer
So here's the story... I moved to Stroudsburg, PA this past July to become Rabbi at Temple Israel of the Poconos. As part of the move, I needed to find new doctors who would look after me. I made an appointment with one of the local specialists, who suggested that ...
Guilty Your Honor The Burden of Guilt After a Suicide By: Karyl Chastain Beal
Guilty, Your Honor, I whisper.Have you ever done anything so horrible that you would prefer to hide in a dark closet for the rest of your life than have someone find out you did it? Have you ever done something so bad that even remembering what you did causes you ...
The Heart of Grief By: Sam Oliver
Hospice patients come to our care after being cut, burned, and poisoned. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation treatment are the normative methods of care for most of the patients who enter a life-threatening disease. Hospital staff members are trained to be aggressive about curative care.Hospice care is a phase of care ...
Sympathy Flowers By: Tenley McDonald
Sending a floral tribute is a very appropriate way of expressing sympathy to a family who has experienced the loss of a loved one. Flowers express a feeling of life and beauty and offer much comfort to the family. A floral tribute can either be sent to a funeral service ...
How Can I Transform Tragedy By: Barbara Rose PhD
There is only one place where tragedy occurs, and that is in the mind. Tragedy may appear to you on the physical level, however, it is the enormous power of your mind that creates the pain and separation you feel, from Love, from God, from Life itself when you listen ...
Grief Signs of Closure By: Pradeep Chadha
In my fifteen years of helping people change their lives working with emotional distress I have learnt many new things about human life and behaviour. Many of these lessons have come about with experience and not from books. One of such lessons is- how do we know when someone has ...
Effective Ways to Deal With Sadness and Grief Part 1 By: Brian Vaszily
No one ever has a problem dealing with happiness or feeling good. When joy comes into our life we experience it freely, but when sadness or grief is present, we often struggle with them. We live in a culture that tells us to "put on a happy face," and this ...
Life After Death By: Steve Pavlina
Do you believe in life after death?Too often I find that the subject of death is addressed with goofy speculation, close-minded stubbornness, or outright fear and avoidance. So let's bypass the "Death for Dummies" approach and take a deeper intellectual look at death to better understand the important role it ...
Grief Why Do We Grieve By: Pradeep Chadha
A young boy is close to his mother. He is five years old and she is thirty years old. She is in contact with her everyday of his life. He experiences her love in many forms. The way she calls him, the way she gives him shower, the way she ...
Terrorism Worries 10 Ways to Turn Fear into Hope By: Harriet Hodgson
September 11th changed America and chances are it changed you. Images of that tragic day pop into your mind without warning and you have a constant feeling of anxiety. Awful questions come to mind as well. Will the terrorists strike again? Where will they strike? ...
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