Archive for Grief Brain & Thought Processes

Grief Signs and the Frequency Illusion

Over the last few years I’ve had several friends die, all completely unexpectedly. I’ve been thinking a lot about the…
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forgetfulness in grief

64 Tips for Coping With Forgetfulness in Grief

We've said it once, and we'll say it a million times: You're not losing your mind, you're just grieving. Yes,…
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Thinking About Thinking (and grief): Volume II

A while back I wrote a post about how your brain can't always be trusted.  Sadly your brain can process…
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Thinking About Thinking (and Grief)

We have talked many a time here about how grief can make you feel a bit like you're losing it.…
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Problem Solving Grief

Grief isn't a problem that can be solved. I want to make sure we're all clear on this before proceeding.…
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The Grief Lens and its Impact on Outlook

One thing that keeps me up at night is the subjectivity of life.  Yes, I do have better things to…
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Grief and Gender: Intuitive and Instrumental Grief

We are usually pretty hesitant to even hint at categorizing, labeling, or classifying grief. There are so many different grief…
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Grief Theory 101: The Dual Process Model of Grief

Those of you who love love LOVE WYG's grief theory posts have probably been a little frustrated lately. After scouring…
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I'm a womp womp. He's a womp womp. Won't you join my band of womp womps?

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 everythingSynonyms:…
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