Episode #3 of my podcast, “Beauty In The Breakdown,” can be found here: “Myths and Misinformation”. There are a lot of myths about how we’re
You’ve got to take a deep dive into the center of the pain, immerse yourself in it, the way you would immerse yourself in a
Episode #2 of my podcast, “Beauty In The Breakdown,” is up and available today. Loss and grief can be hard enough, and the holidays can
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! In past blog posts, I’ve extolled the benefits of a gratitude practice (Gratitude: The Practice and Gratitude: The Concept). Today on the
About a year ago I announced that a podcast would be forthcoming. Well, I finally did it. And due to some technical difficulties, it launched
Death of a loved one. That’s an obvious example. When people die, we expect their survivors – spouses/partners, children, parents, etc. – to experience grief.
Lately, the things that scare me aren’t death or disease. Although given what I’ve been through in the past ten years (lots of deaths, lots
Suffering resides in the space between expectation and reality. I’ll offer a few examples: Expectation: that my son would outlive me. Reality: He did not. Expectation: that
Grief is the pain associated with loss. It’s normal to want the pain to stop, to want it to go away. It’s normal to feel
When young people experience the death of a loved one (including pets), there is that extra layer of care we take because children are often
Some of us are uncomfortable asking for help under any circumstances. Even if we’re sick or injured. Even if someone we love has just died.
I use this blogging platform to write about loss and grief. Most of my readers (and clients in real life) have experienced either the death