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The Importance of Transient Angels in our Grief Journeys

 

 The Power in Moments

 

Gandolf and Galadriel’s Silent Conversation: Types of Intuitive Communication

In my favorite scene from Peter’s Jackson’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” (2012), the elf queen Galadriel (played by Cate Blanchette) uses her intuition to communicate silently with Gandolf (played by Ian Mckellen) while they are attending a meeting of Middle Earth elders.

Missing Your Parents During the Holidays Series: 7 Ways to Feel Better (Part 7)

 

What did we do with our time in 2012? What are your 2013 New Years INTENTIONS?

 

What “Red and Me” Taught Me About The Grief Journey

A Boston State of Mind

The Importance of Transient Angels in our Grief Journeys

 

 The Power in Moments

Strengthen Your Spiritual Link As You Mourn The Death Of Your Loved One

Many grief counselors and therapists believe that grief is essentially a spiritual journey. This journey involves beliefs, values, and the way we relate to mystery, nature, and the unknown. Since grief transforms the mourner through discovery, new experiences, and successes, their responses are highly individual. So too with our spiritual growth.

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The Shadow of My Father

The Broken Places

I was watching a promotional ad on television recently for the show “Intervention” and saw a quote from Ernest Hemingway, which read: “The world breaks everyone, and afterward many are strong at the broken places.” Actually, this quote is a passage from Hemingway’s novel: “A Farewell to Arms.” Hemingway was one of the great American writers of his time, who died in 1961 as a result of suicide.

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Suicide Survival

News, searing pain, disbelief, questions, sadness, what if, emptiness, darkness . . .  

Remember, Reflect, and Recreate: World Suicide Prevention Day

September 10th of every year is World Suicide Prevention Day, and while most of us would rather not think about suicide at all, it has increasingly become everyone's problem. The World Health Organization predicts that by 2020, someone will die by suicide every twenty seconds.  Forever changed we survivors are, and charged with the greatest of challenges~how to harvest the pearls beneath the turbulent waters of catastrophic grief and help reduce suicide's horrible numbers. 

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