Creative Coping

21

Aug'13

My Mother’s Treatment Journal: The Diagnosis

When you’re having a rough couple of days and feeling sad and down, it is almost never a good idea …

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31

Jul'13

Getting Our Instagram On

Newsflash: We love photography. We are strong believers in art’s capacity to connect, heal, and communicate; and we feel photography …

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24

Jul'13

The Side Effects of Exploring Grief

I’m pretty sure when a doctor prescribes medication to a patient they’re supposed to discuss the potential side effects with …

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28

Jun'13

Womp-womp Call to Action: Be Grateful

I think I’ve been a bit of a womp-womp lately. Womp-Womp: A person acting needlessly bummed out or negative toward …

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26

Jun'13

Grief and Baking a Cake

26 was a number I always liked as a kid. My sister and I were both born on the 26th.   …

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14

Jun'13

DIY Grief Journal: Learn from my mistakes

Here are a few things I do well… 1. Remember the words to songs 2. Make children laugh 3. Forgive …

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07

Jun'13

Photography How To: Photographing Symbols

If you follow ‘What’s Your Grief’ you know we think artistic expression is a great way to deal with grief.  We specifically …

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22

May'13

Missing Moments & Letter Writing: A Journal Exercise.

I still feel a small tinge of excitement when the mail comes.  It’s a fleeting feeling, one left over from …

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11

May'13

A Cure for the Mother’s Day Blues

Here comes Mother’s Day, a day which makes lots of women feel loved and appreciated (go moms!) and lots of …

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10

May'13

Wedding Day Advice: a journal exercise

We have been talking for a few weeks now about how hard a wedding can be after a loss and some …

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03

May'13

Six-Word Stories, Statements, and Exclamations: A Journaling Exercise

Legend has it that famous author Ernest Hemingway, out to lunch at the Algonquin, bet a table full of fellow writers he …

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24

Apr'13

One More Day: What Would You Do?

I recently stumbled on the results of a study conducted in 2009 by Comfort Zone Camp.  They polled 1,006 adults …

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