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
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.
When we encounter someone who is grieving, we tend to want to say things that will help them feel better, perhaps even help them feel
What’s one of the first things we’re told when we experience loss as young children? When something disappoints us, or our feelings get hurt, or
I have what I hope will be an exciting announcement: I’m going to be hosting a podcast! The plan is to interview “experts” on the
How do you get over the loss of a loved one? People may WANT you to get over it. Think of those friends and family