Grief involves missing the presence of a loved one and the lost opportunities associated with that loss. However, in our busy lives, sometimes we miss out on…
The road of grief has a solitary component. Engaging with the living is important, but so is allowing yourself the time to grieve alone.
Read More depression, grief, life chapter, solitude
When we’re grieving, it’s difficult to move off the couch, so the idea of exercising may seem completely unattainable. Here’s how to start.
Read More move through grief, self care
How can you make healthy food and drink choices while you’re grieving when you can barely muster the strength to eat?
Read More Blue Apron, Green Chef, Hello Fresh, Home Chef, Munchery
You need to take good care of yourself to your best ability at all times, but especially when you’re grieving. But how do you do that? What is “self care”?
Read More caring for yourself, self care
“How are you doing?” is one of the questions I’m asked a lot right now. Another question of equal or greater frequency is “How is Kent doing?”
Read More feelings of grief
What do you do when the emotion of grief is so raw that you can’t sit through a children’s movie without crying?
Read More be gentle with yourself, finding dory, new normal
Being a medium and grieving the loss of a dead loved one can have its advantages. I’d like to share…
Read More dad, frere jacques, star trek
We’ve recently received an outpouring of condolences. From this experience, I’d like to share how to make your expression of sympathy more meaningful and…
Read More condolences, expression of sympathy
Anger is one of the emotions commonly associated with grief. I feel it is the emotion that may be hardest for the grieving individual to handle because…
Read More anger at deceased, anger unrelated to death, death circumstances, grief anger