Coping with Grief

04

Mar'13

Crying In Public (aka sometimes socks are sad)

Sometimes you are in a store and you start to cry, uncontrollably.  A small child standing nearby says to her mom “why …

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25

Feb'13

Self-Care for the Rest of Us

Self-Care is a phrase thrown around quite a bit in the mental health field. As in, self-care is important for …

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18

Feb'13

Grief and Buddhism: comfort in impermanence

My dad died when I was in college.  It was shortly after that I took my first class in Eastern Philosophy.  …

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15

Feb'13

Coping with Death: Grief and Photography

There are times when we want to express and explore our emotions and experiences, but for one reason or another we …

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07

Feb'13

The Woman of the House: The Death of an In-law

by Laura Davies When a woman gets married, she not only becomes a wife.  She also becomes the woman of …

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04

Feb'13

Grief and Mindfulness: spending time in the present

I was worried that if I posted on mindfulness and grief you might get the impression I am a new-age, …

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01

Feb'13

Sorting Through Belongings After Death: Working with Family

This week we’ve been talking about the daunting task of sorting through a loved one’s belongings after their death.  How …

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30

Jan'13

How to Give Away the ‘Give Away’ Pile: Selling and Donating Old Items

In our last post we discussed the overwhelming task of going through your loved ones belongings.  If you missed it …

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28

Jan'13

Dealing with Stuff (literally): sorting through a loved ones belongings

When my grandmother died she had lived in the same house for over fifty years.  It was the house where …

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11

Jan'13

End of Life Wishes and Conversations

The other day my husband and I were in the car and Into the Mystic came on the radio.  Exchange …

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09

Jan'13

Does time heal all wounds?

I’m not sure when it happens, I guess for everyone it’s different.  What day was it when I stopped remembering …

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02

Jan'13

Recreating Family Recipes: an epic fail?

Most people who know me know I have never been a holiday person (I was one of those kids who …

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