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How To Come Together To Heal Our World

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

7 Things I Learned About Grief & Loss

7 Things I Learned About Grief and Loss

Grief is an individual experience. There is no right or wrong way to grieve. There is really only one key point and that is to make sure that you handle your grief in a healthy way. r

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How To Say Good Bye

When there is much regret about your relationship with a parent, the end of life is an even more important time. No matter how many times we feel defeated or rejected by a parent, people usually continue to hope that something will enable healing or change. r

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How Loss and Love Can Lead to Creative Persistence

Your experiences are important. Your story is unique. Sharing that story gives you power, courage, and hope. Sharing your story can also help to heal those who have been on parallel journeys. I encourage you to write about your losses and your love. r

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10 Lessons Learned from Love and Loss in the Last Year

One of the most painful ordeals we face in life is heartache from loss of love. Though this is the case, the Universe throws this challenge and others our way so that we can heal certain aspects of our soul. Maybe we have insecurities around our body and need to work on our self-acceptance and self-love, or maybe we have fears around rejection and failure that need to be overcome, or perhaps we need to learn how to better care for ourselves during these difficult times. Whatever the reasons are for why you are experiencing these hardships, you are not alone and you will make it through. r

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Secrets of People Who Triumph – What My Daughter’s Brief Life Taught Me About Love, Loss, and Triumph

When you experience a loss, a deep sorrow, and you don’t deal with it, it’s like breaking a bone and expecting it to heal on its own. It may reknit itself. But it won’t heal correctly. While the acute pain may dissipate, but your full range of motion is never restored. r