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The Double-sided Coin of Grief

The Double-sided Coin of Grief

Let Me Help You With The Healing Of A Tragic Passing

  Tragedy Passings are some of the most difficult passings to heal from.  We wonder if our loved one suffered at the time of their passing and because we place so much focus upon the moment of their passing, it is as if we are stuck in that moment, trying to i

Dedication after goodbye

Our hearts are with you,
our love is true,
I know times are tough but know were near,
anytime, day or night were always here,
we feel your pain but in time your heart will mend,

Please dont carry guilt while I'm in Heaven

  Hey there, it’s me, here up in Heaven.  I’ve seen that you are really struggling since the moment that I graduated to Heaven and I wanted to send you a quick note to ease your pain.  I know that you are carrying guilt with my passing and I really wanted to talk to you about that today.  Through my life that I shared with you, there are many memories that we made, some good

When Grief Shakes Spiritually

"I used to be sure about a lot of things. Not now. I'm confused. I'm not sure what I believe anymore," Tony shared.

How I survived - finding me!

How I survived – Finding me!

Lets Talk About Brightening Challenges In Life And In Grief

If life were easy, what would we learn from it? Challenges come in so many different forms in life. Sometimes they come in the form of a family member who makes us want to pull our hair out no matter how many chances we give them. Challenges can come in the form of Finances. Perhaps your challenges in your life come from the loss of a loved one.

When SADNESS Becomes a Way of Life

“I’m certain my tear ducts are empty. I’ve been a crying fool for weeks. I’ve wanted to wail and scream on many occasions, but I haven’t given myself permission yet,” Amanda said.

The Meaning of Life

I asked the earth, "What is the meaning of life?" and then sat down and listened quietly, and then here is what the earth said to me. Look up and see the stars that hang without help in the sky, see the sun that shines down and travelers quietly. Love the moon that is always there even when it hides shyly. See the flowers that bloom every year and the trees that unfurl their leaves.

Coping with the loss of a loved one when you can’t be there

Coping with the death of a loved one is a complicated process. It involves dealing with an array of emotions and can leave you feeling drained, overwhelmed and unable to handle even the simplest of daily activities.

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