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Whether you are feeling trauma from recent losses or are experiencing grief in the aftermath of past events, know that you can and will get through it. Following are pointers from first-hand experience. Comments
If you're looking for advice on how to fix a broken heart then your heart must be aching right now. Losing someone you love is one of the most difficult things you'll ever go through. I've had my share of heartbreaks and am all too familiar with how it feels like to be on the receiving end of a break up. It hurts, it really does. You feel like it's the end of the world and you wonder how you can... Comments
Trying to figure out how to get over a broken heart is a terrible place to be. Your relationship is over, you feel heartbroken and you want something to make the pain go away. I understand what you're going through and I know just how bad it feels. And although everyone has a different way of healing a broken heart, there are 5 tips that should be at the corner stone of every break up recovery... Comments
Our grief guides are at war. The established grief industry is under attack. The challengers, who label their work the "New Science of Bereavement," use empirical studies to demolish the current paradigm's sacred cows-including the well-known stages, phases, and tasks of grieving. Comments
Acceptance of the reality that our loved one is no longer physically with us is the number one task of mourning. Resistances to the massive changes that accompany death are the blocks to acceptance; they inevitably lead to unnecessary pain, increased stress, and prolonging intense grief. Here is how you can work toward accepting that which cannot be changed. Comments
When you first lose a loved one, grief permeates the very soul of your being. You don't even consider courage. All your focus centres on the pain that has descended on your body, mind and spirit. Comments

I hope you have a gentle week. Thanksgiving can be tough. I'm reposting my last year's post below.

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I know this is a difficult time of year. We are supposed to be THANKFUL, which can be dang hard when you are missing your baby. You are...

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The holidays are upon us and it seems that many people have decided to simplify their holiday traditions this year. Instead of spending hours shopping and getting frustrated at the mall, they have decided to spend quality time with friends and family.

In the spirit of simplicity and kindness, we have compiled a list of 12 simple and memorable ways to support a grieving loved one this...

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