Surviving the Emotional Turmoil of Grief

If someone had told me, 10 years ago, that I would be writing about grief, I wouldn’t have believed them. At the age of 38, after years of struggles, my life had finally fallen into place. I was happy and fulfilled. My life was perfect. But a lot can change in ten years. 2006 is […]

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Conquering the Mountain of Grief

Grief can seem as unconquerable as Mt. Everest. You have no climbing experience. You aren’t sure that you’ll survive the elements. Or, that you have the equipment required to safely climb the mountain. Your very life is at stake. You didn’t set out to conquer mountains. You didn’t ask to be left out in the […]

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Death and Grief are Universal

Death and Grief are Universal. They touch all genders. All races. All religions. They don’t discriminate based on socioeconomic status, or age. Death and grief, do not care if you are a mother, father, spouse, child, sibling or friend. Or that they are taking someone who means the world to you. No one will escape […]

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