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When a Loved Oned Dies

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOWThere are many ways to grieve. This means that the way you express your sorrow might differ from the way others do so. “Coping with a death does not follow a simple pattern or set of rules,” says the book Helping Teens Cope With Death. The important thing is that you do not unduly suppress your grief. Why? Because . . .Suppressing grief can be harmful. Jeannie, mentioned at the outset, says: “I thought I had to be strong for my little sister, so I buried my emotions. Even…See More
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May 20
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Questions That Need Answers - 4 of 4

How to Cope With Grief?There is no shortage of advice on this subject. Not all of it, however, is helpful. For instance, you may find that some will advise you not to cry or show your feelings in any way. Others may push you to do the opposite and expose all your feelings. The Bible presents a more balanced view, one that is supported by modern research.In some cultures it is considered unmanly for a male to cry. But is there a real need to feel ashamed about shedding tears, even in public?…See More
May 20
Mike H. commented on Mike H.'s blog post Questions That Need Answers - 2 of 4
"Yes JO B, death is something no one should 'get used to'."
May 19
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Questions That Need Answers - 3 of 4

Is It Wrong to Grieve?Have you ever had a brief bout with illness? Perhaps you recovered so quickly that you have practically forgotten the episode. Well, grief is not like that. “There is no such thing as ‘getting over’ grief,” writes Dr. Alan Wolfelt in his book Healing a Spouse’s Grieving Heart. However, he adds: “Over time and with the support of others, your grief will soften.”As an example, consider how the patriarch Abraham reacted when his wife died. The Bible says that “Abraham began…See More
May 19
JO B commented on Mike H.'s blog post Questions That Need Answers - 2 of 4
"yea why dad dies in 212 thn loss i 2012 so mush loss i say why 2013 loss why 2014 why 2015 why 2016 why 0`2017 why 2016 1 ut realy got my i had 2 get er pts it vets i did only 1 it got me over loss she died did epepl say ors its only a cat bt she…"
May 15
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Questions That Need Answers - 2 of 4

Why do people die?It’s natural to wonder why people die, especially when we lose someone close to us. The Bible says: “The sting producing death is sin.”—1 Corinthians 15:56.Why do all people sin and die?The first humans, Adam and Eve, lost their lives because they sinned against God. (…See More
May 15
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Questions That Need Answers - 1 of 4

What is the meaning of life?The question of the meaning of life may be asked in many ways, such as Why are we here? or Does my life have a purpose? The Scriptures show that our purpose in life is to build a friendship with God. Consider some of these fundamental truths that the Scriptures revealGod created us with a “spiritual need,” which includes the desire to find meaning in life. (Matthew…See More
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When a Loved Oned Dies

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

There are many ways to grieve. This means that the way you express your sorrow might differ from the way others do so. “Coping with a death does not follow a simple pattern or set of rules,” says the book Helping Teens Cope With Death. The important thing is that…

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Posted on May 24, 2017 at 7:07am

Questions That Need Answers - 4 of 4

How to Cope With Grief?

There is no shortage of advice on this subject. Not all of it, however, is helpful. For instance, you may find that some will advise you not to cry or show your feelings in any way. Others may push you to do the opposite and expose all your feelings. The Bible presents a…

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Posted on May 20, 2017 at 6:50am

Questions That Need Answers - 3 of 4

Is It Wrong to Grieve?

Have you ever had a brief bout with illness? Perhaps you recovered so quickly that you have practically forgotten the episode. Well, grief is not like that. “There is no such thing as ‘getting over’ grief,” writes Dr. Alan Wolfelt in his book Healing a Spouse’s Grieving Heart. However, he adds: “Over time and with the support of others, your grief will soften.”…

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Posted on May 19, 2017 at 6:46am

Questions That Need Answers - 2 of 4

Why do people die?

It’s natural to wonder why people die, especially when we lose someone close to us. The Bible says: “The sting producing death is sin.”—1 Corinthians 15:56.

Why do all people sin and die?…

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Posted on May 15, 2017 at 7:11am — 2 Comments

 
 
 

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I was just finishing typing a long entry about how upset I am about my laptop dying and the potential loss of all of my files, including all of my mom's photos and many other important things, when my browser crashed and I lost my draft. Technology is out to get me this weekend. I give up.See More
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joanne replied to Lynda's discussion For the non- religious- where do we go when we die?
"Thankyou Dennis xx"
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Lesley Woolfstein commented on Tonya's group Adult Daughters grieving the death of her Mother
"My mum passed away on the 20th of April I was so close to my mum as I lived with my mum all of my life my mum passed away shortly before her 85th birthday im 56 how do u cope with this all im doing is crying all the time I would do anything to spend…"
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Adult Daughters grieving the death of her Mother

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BLUEBELL commented on Karen's group I miss my Mom!
"Lesley. I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my Mom in February. When I think back over the past few months, I have seen white feathers on the ground were I live. I had no idea of the significance until I looked it up just now.  How are you…"
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Dennis C. replied to Lynda's discussion For the non- religious- where do we go when we die?
"Joanne The brain is an amazing thing. I have known cases where it just felt like there was no way the patient could hear, but when they recovered it was clear that they did hear. I ALWAYS proceed with the confidence that the patient can hear what…"
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Lesley Woolfstein commented on Karen's group I miss my Mom!
"My mum passed away on the 20th of April ive lived with my mum all of my life im constant crying all of the time what are you suppose to do when you have lost your mum any body else out there received a white feather "
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I miss my Mom!

If you have that hole in your heart that you get when you lose the woman that you shared a body with....
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Lynda replied to Lynda's discussion For the non- religious- where do we go when we die?
"Thanks Richard, I appreciate you sharing your thoughts. I'm quite open minded which is why I asked the question. I really do want to know what others think/feel. I guess I'm still just trying to decide what I believe. I'm just not…"
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Richard Rivera replied to Lynda's discussion For the non- religious- where do we go when we die?
"Explanations. Yet many of NDE 's recount seeing dead relatives who died before them as well as seeing those relatives and family who died whom they've never met or Relatives who only later after they were resuscitated that they discovered…"
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Richard Rivera replied to Lynda's discussion For the non- religious- where do we go when we die?
"Dennis: I'm not a religious person by no means. It doesn't mean that I can't be a spiritual person. I have spoken to many people regarding their experience of life after death and they cannot explain it. Oh sure the "lack of…"
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silvia maria posted a blog post

When life doesn´t go MY WAY

Ok that´s odd. I have 3 fractured ribs. My drs and I had a hard time to grap the motive, a simple fall from my own height for a medicine peak of low blood pressure. What is even more amazing is how the people around us react when we don´t know what´s wrong but know there is suffering and pain. You know the type....the types of people who think she must be exagerating, or pitiful for a second or regretting their own attitude. What does it say about them? I think that´s why we feel like wild…See More
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Lynda replied to Lynda's discussion For the non- religious- where do we go when we die?
"Thanks for the comforting words Dennis, I sure hope you are right."
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Lynda replied to Lynda's discussion For the non- religious- where do we go when we die?
"AnneJ, what a well written and thoughtful reply to my question.  I will be borrowing your words if you don't mind: "We die...it's nature , it's normal if we didn't have such feelings of dependence on each other which is…"
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rachel_micele replied to Mel Royer's discussion Signs from the other side
"Thank you for posting Mel. That's wonderful Nancy visited and made clear her presence to you."
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joanne replied to Lynda's discussion For the non- religious- where do we go when we die?
"I don't think anybody has the answer to this question , but I choose to believe that there is something else.Before Andy died I used to think when you die it's the end, there's nothing, but now I've had many vivid dreams,…"
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joanne replied to Lynda's discussion For the non- religious- where do we go when we die?
"Dennis, I just wanted to ask you your opinion because you say you spent lots of times visiting people in hospital and say that patients of all conditions can hear us, do you think that my husband could hear me, he suffered a cardiac arrest, but was…"
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