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.
I wrote about the relentless waves of grief in my book, but as ever, there is another side. Waves move incessantly, but they not only push forward, but sometimes they draw back. Sometimes the wind and unseen forces drive the waves so they crash loudly foaming on the shore. Other times they arrive at the…
The “aloneness of grief”: you can be alone and lonely, but you can also be alone and glad to be in solitude, and most bereaved people experience both at times.
A post dedicated to those who might be feeling confused and even overwhelmed as they struggle to the navigate the journey through grief following multiple losses. Recently I attended a general memorial service at a church. This was primarily for those who had lost a loved one in the past 2 years, although others…