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Developing a healthy self-care practice is an essential part of active grieving. Self-care in all its forms - physical, spiritual, intellectual and psychological - is at the very heart of purposeful grieving. As you're committed to growing through this experience of loss - of becoming more than you were before the passing of your loved one, not less - I offer you these self-care tips and ideas:
Added by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach on December 30, 2016 at 1:44pm — No Comments
The strangest thing happened to me a few days ago. I went out for a walk on my own, a rare occurrence as I usually have my two little people with me. But this day I was alone. I strode off out of my gate and along the waterfront where I live. A moment or two passed when I realised how tall I seemed. I felt like I was walking on a cloud. Somehow I felt elevated. I wondered if it was simply because I wasn't pushing the buggy and looking down at the…Continue
When Lily died I missed her with all my heart and soul; but I wasn't lonely. I still had my husband. Our conversations filled in some of the gaps in my life that being without Lily left behind.
Recently, however, I have been without my husband. I still have Summer and Riley to play with…Continue
I am having a challenging time with a specific person in my life right now. Amidst all my preparation for Christmas I need to deal with this person who it feels wants to drag me down as low as he is feeling! I have been trying to focus on all the amazing support and love I have been receiving from my special friends here on this page (thank you again). I have been trying to not take it personally, to just feel sorry for him and the pain he is feeling but today it got the better of me and…Continue
Added by Erica Farrimond on December 18, 2013 at 2:42pm — No Comments
Beginning with Completion presents:
The Possibility of Grief without Suffering: A roundtable discussion before a live audience on alleviating emotional pain while coping with loss.
A panel of experts practicing a spectrum of emotional, spiritual and artistic healing techniques will address the big question: By clearing away chronic complaints, grudges and past injuries – how can we make room for forgiveness, reconciliation…Continue
Added by Nancy Gershman on September 6, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments