Tag Archives: death

Death is not a Dirty Word: Living with Grief

After my husband died, I remember all the awkward moments when people avoided me – at my office, on the street and even friends who were uncomfortable talking about it.  At times I felt like I had a disease, and … r

How To Come Together To Heal Our World

It seems every week we hear about a terrorist attack somewhere in our world (including home grown terrorists), or see news clips on active shooters in public places. How do these acts of violence make you feel? r

self improvement

4 Life Lessons From Realizing a Loved Will Go Soon

That’s life. All of us are realizing that someone we grew up with will be gone soon.

The surreal brings a lot of life lessons… r

One Big Thing That Will Save You From Regret

Accepting our impending death doesn’t mean giving up; quite the opposite, by acknowledging death you can begin to see the fragility and beauty of life, you can begin to take the steps to live a life of mindfulness. r

Losing Someone Close To You – 5 Things You Can Learn From It

So care for yourself more, and watch out for your own well-being. That’s not to say that you should become a self-centered person, but do a check on what’s important for you. Dive deep into your innermost feelings, rather than always having to appease the world. r

Is That All There Is?

Imagine that as a child you formed several beliefs about life, including There’s never enough, Nothing I do is good enough, No matter what I have, it’s never enough, No matter how good things get there always seems to be something missing, I’ll never get what I want, and I’ll never have enough money/love/friends/success. r