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Grief and Support

Leighton James Young | Posted 01.04.2017 | Religion
Leighton James Young

We all need support. In dark days, we are at times in our collective lives that seem only to bring sadness and frustration in our movements.

Mournful Holidays: 5 Tools to Use

Peter Baldwin Panagore | Posted 11.20.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Peter Baldwin Panagore

Does heartache haunt holiday? Are you mourning the one, or the ones, who you love or loved the most? Does your heart ache? Do you grieve? Are you aski...

The Elephant in the Room

Mindy Utay | Posted 06.05.2016 | Healthy Living
Mindy Utay

You don't necessarily need to hew to tradition, but make sure you've thought it through before you respond to news of a loss so that your offerings, verbal and otherwise, are gracious and of service to another who is suffering. It's OK to even say, "I'm at a loss for words," and give a hug or squeeze a hand.

The Guy at the Bar

Adam Griffin | Posted 07.21.2014 | Healthy Living
Adam Griffin

How many times had I been sitting at the bar not realizing the guy next to me was fighting his own battle? Or how about across the bar? Or the bartender? Or the guy making my pizza?

How My Near Death Experience Helped Me Cope With My Brother's Death

Dr. Heidi Horsley | Posted 12.19.2012 | Religion
Dr. Heidi Horsley

My story may have ended there, had it not been for a head on automobile collision I would have some 20 years later. I passed out on impact and was immediately enveloped by a warm bright light. As I moved towards the light I had the most euphoric feeling of love and inner peace that I had ever experienced.

Honoring The Memory Of A Deceased Loved One

Judith Johnson | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Judith Johnson

Bearing witness to a deceased loved one is about doing whatever it takes for you to feel that you have done your part to preserve and honor his or her memory.

The Death Of The Final Parent

Dr. Susan Corso | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Dr. Susan Corso

The initial aftermath of death is so often a flurry of activity. We have to let the flurry settle down before we can even self-talk sanely, let alone make conscious choices.