Are you struggling to remember happy times? Is the sadness of your loved one’s passing overwhelming you? Here’s an idea about creating a memory board, but first a personal reflection on the day I started clearing out my books.
Reflections on the “tyranny of positive thinking” and facing the pain of life.
I always think it takes quite a bit of courage to attend a retreat. You don’t know what to expect and it is natural to be nervous. So I thought it might be helpful to describe a retreat in a bit more detail. The first thing to say is that I don’t believe anybody has…
If you’ve been to one of our retreats – or if you know someone who has – this is a reminder that there are just a few more weeks to decide if you’d like to join us for the next retreat: “Living with Loss Part 2 – the The Journey Continues”
Making up your own mind about what is important to you is one of the challenges of living with loss.
The give and take of grief; giving according to our ability, receiving according to our need.
This is a practical post for those grieving the loss of a partner, reflecting on how to cope with some of the many adjustments to be made. We have a future to be reached step-by-step.