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Grief is a normal human reaction to a loss from our life and we usually feel this powerful emotion following an event of significant magnitude such as the death of a loved one. In this post, I would like to propose an adjustment to the theory of grief and grieving first proposed in her book, Death and Dying, by Elisabeth K?bler-Ross.


The holidays are a very difficult time of the year for those experiencing grief. The absence of our loved ones makes it easy to focus on what is missing in our lives. But though the holidays can be a time where we hurt the most, it can also be the time where we can give the most to others and heal ourselves in the process.


Holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, and special days always add an extra sense of remembering after a loss. I experienced the loss of my sweetheart last month. To add to that, it's my father's birthday, and next month will be the anniversary of his death.


Fear of Loss After the death of my son Noah I was stricken with the fear of losing another family member, particularly my wife.  Whenever we were not together, I would worry that something bad was going to happen to her.  The thought of someone else in my life dying caused me great anxiety because [...]


When a parent loses a child, there are tough decisions to be made, including where the ashes of that child should rest. This is the story of Damon, 35 year old Major in the air force, with 3 children, who drowns at his father's wedding and is taken to a final resting place in a country he called 'home'.

Christmas is one of the biggest events of the year. There is so much tradition, preparation and coming together of families that it becomes a really important event in the family calendar. Christmas is planned for weeks and sometimes months in advance and when there are children around, then the focus on creating a beautiful Christmas for them is huge: bringing in the tree, decorating the tree... Comments

Though Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time to "give thanks" for what you have, unfortunately, its also the time of the year when people focus on what they "don't have." And once you start to focus on what's missing from your life (not enough love, not enough money, job they hate, people they miss), it starts a vicious downward spiral that makes people absolutely hate the holiday season. I...

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

Your perception of absolutely everything is influenced by your vibration. As your Larger Self you cannot even reach into the lower vibrations. There is no experience of problem or suffering--only evolution, variety, and possibility.


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