“HOPE” after Loss

What does HOPE look like to you? How often have you used the word HOPE when life seems hopeless for yourself or someone else? HOPE may be a cry from someone who is grieving the loss of a loved one, the HOPE I make it through this minute, hour, day, month or year. Hope changes […]

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Feelings of Blame and Guilt

In a “Coping with Grief” workshop a frequent acknowledgment heard is the feelings of blame and guilt. These feelings can be associated with sentiments such as; “I “should” have been the one to go (die)”, “Why did this happen to someone so young”, “What did I do wrong”, “If I hadn’t said the things I […]

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Is trauma connected to your loss?

Sometimes there appear to be valid reasons for being stuck in grief. You might ask what a reason for being stuck is; Fear of forgetting that person Time to “be” with the sadness Complicated issues associated with the grieving process Being supported by others who are also stuck in their grief There may be a […]

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The Grief and Loss Journey

I have been writing articles that are published in the local Weekly Newspaper for over 3 years now. I will begin to share them here on my website also. At any time if you read an article and wonder about something or have questions, please let me know through an email on the website. I […]

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