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Scared to Death of Dying and Denying Grief By: Alice Wisler
When I invited Martha to the gathering at my house, she accepted the invitation cheerfully. Martha was new to the area and so I thought this small potluck I was hosting would be a chance for her to get to know other women in our town. Martha stuck it out ...
Grieving Losses By: Denise Boggs
?It is better to go to the house of mourning than to go to the house of feasting, for that is the end of all men; and the living will lay it to heart. Sorrow is better than laughter, for by the sadness of the countenance the heart is made ...
Death Close and Personal By: Monica Mingo
I got an email recently from someone whose mother died. She knew I'd suffered the loss of my mother and wanted some insight on how to deal with it. Unfortunately for her, I had no advice...shit...I'm still dealing with it.Every single day I think about my mother. I think about ...
Signs After Suicide The Red Butterfly By: Karyl Chastain Beal
Shortly after noon, I went into Arlyn's bedroom to get a few things to take with me. I was preparing to drive about three miles out into the country, to Woodhaven Road.I stood and gazed around her room for a few minutes; it was full of Arlyn, but it seemed ...
How To Heal Your Heart By: Carna Zacharias
We all experience severe heart break at some time in our lives. For many it happens in childhood or adolescence, the time when we are most vulnerable. A cold mother, an absent father, being different in any way from our peers and ostracized for it - these are some of ...
Understanding Grief and Loss in Times of War and Disaster By: Jan Maizler
There are many different kinds of losses we can experience in our lives. Indeed, loss in human beings has its beginnings in the birth process that separates the infant from the comfort and security of the mother's womb into a world where survival is conditional and predicated on individual responsibility. ...
Transcending the Loss of a Spouse to New Love By: Marilyn Stolzman PhD
The unimaginable has happened; you are a widow or widower. Mourning your loss has been the focus of your life for the past year or two. Finally, as you begin to surface from your profound grief, with a deep breath and lot or a little trepidation you find yourself falling ...
On Death and Dying By: Tim Ong
While I was having my lunch two days ago, a patient of mine approached me and made a request that I go to her house to see her husband who is dying of cancer.Her husband has been suffering of a cancer of the neck which has spread to the liver ...
The Creative Side of Healing By: Susan Schanerman
One of the areas where I seem to be placing most of my focus these days is the relationship between creative expression and healing. Something that I have always found to be particularly fascinating is the fact that the words heal, whole and holy all come from the same Latin ...
When Bad Things Happen By: Bryan Golden
Everyone wants their lives to be filled with good things and joy. Ideally we all should be able to live in our own utopia. There should be no disappointments, no heartaches, no tragedies, and no disasters. Each day should be nothing but happiness.Unfortunately, bad things happen. ...
Grieving Loss in the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community By: Gloria Lintermans
The pain of grieving is there for all losses, whether spouse or lover. A partnership transcends labels and roles and one's partner is primary when a strong bond exists. Regardless of how the relationship is named, the pain of loss requires healing. In life, we may be exposed to mini ...
Grief Support The Donts By: Saundra L Washington
1) Don't try to make the grieving person feel better. YOU CANNOT. For many grievers it only serves to make them feel guilty or worse. Grievers MUST experience the pain of grief for healing to ultimately occur.2) Don't tell the griever to give it time. Time has stopped for the griever. Life ...
Where the Soul Never Dies By: Sam Oliver
This interesting article addresses some of the key issues regarding death resources. A careful reading of this material could make a big difference in how you think about death. Each of us find ourselves wondering about dying. This introspective look at our future engages our hearts and minds to enter ...
Enough Lord By: Patricia Nordman
"He came to a broom tree, sat down under it and prayed that he might die. `I have had enough, Lord,' he said. `Take my life...'" (1 Kings 19:4 NIV).This is a remarkable chapter in the Bible. We think of Elijah as a rugged individualist and the strong prophet of ...
Grief 101 By: Jamie Specht
"The pain of leaving those you grow to love is only the prelude to understanding yourself and others."-Shirley MacLaineThere comes a time in everyone's life where they experience a loss. Sometimes it's the loss of a person or an animal while other times its the loss of one's health, a ...
A Critical Assessment of Euthanasia By: Stephen AinsahMensah
The question of whether, say, a man should have the right to take away his life granted pain and suffering have overcome him is a very important question today. A different way of putting this question is this: ?Should a man have the right to take away his life ...
Adapting to the Loss of a Loved One Three Tips on how to Cope By: Wendy Bridger
Have you ever sat down and played a piano where one of the keys wasn't working? Or made cookies and left out an ingredient? Perhaps you've started listening to a favorite CD, and just when it gets to your favorite part of your favorite song, you realize that there is ...
Dealing With The Painful Loss Of A Loved One By: Anna Allen
I had to take a friend to the doctor today and as I sit here in the waiting room about to doze off I begin to write this article. By the way, why do waiting rooms in doctor's offices make people sleepy?OK, let me get back on track. ...
Present Moment Awareness Lessons From My Dog By: Galina Pembroke
I've always waited for the perfect moment to be happy: As though time were a flower waiting to bloom. My scruffy puppy-happy senior dog knows better. Watching his tail wag as he stands in the middle of a mud puddle, I now understand that happiness is where your heart is, ...
Negotiation and Death By: Charles Parselle
If a person knows the end is imminent, a negotiation with Death occurs that bears a striking resemblance to everyday negotiations we see in mediation practice. The Death negotiation process goes through five distinct stages, just like a mediated negotiation.Stage One: DenialThe first stage of opposing parties confronting each ...
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