Why Is It Impossible to Recover After A Death

By |April 22nd, 2016|

Why Is It Impossible to Recover After A Death? It’s impossible to recover after a death of a loved one because you don’t have the right information or the vehicle for doing it. You were given all the wrong information and you are trying to do something that is impossible with the vehicle and information [...]

Grief is Like Fog

By |March 17th, 2016|

Driving this morning the fog was thick. I could hardly see 100 feet in front of me. Some other cars appeared to speed right by me. But I had to reduce my speed. I saw car tracks that had slid off the road. I had to proceed with caution. I felt my body tensing up. [...]

You Have Changed. Loss Causes Change.

By |March 11th, 2016|

You have changed. Yes, change has happened. Life is not as it was. The life you knew has ended. And you are changing as a result. Passing through grief takes change. I feel like I should say I am sorry. I am sorry for your loss. But I am not sorry for your change. Because [...]

Asking For HELP! I’m Grieving!

By |February 29th, 2016|

When we are grieving the death or loss of our husband or life partner, our friends may want to help, but they don't know how.  We then feel hurt and rejected right in our most vulnerable state.  It's tricky but we have to take little steps toward asking for what we need.  We need help [...]

Robbed of Security

By |February 24th, 2016|

Have you been robbed of security? Unexpected tragedies can rob us of our sense of security. When we experience a great loss, such as a divorce or a death of someone important to us, we can feel like we are no longer safe and secure.  Our sense of security and our whole "safe" world was [...]

Does Time Really Heal All Wounds?

By |February 22nd, 2016|

So the saying goes, “Time heals all wounds.” Friends think that reminding us of this “truth” will somehow make us feel better while our gaping wound is left oozing indefinitely after our loved one has died. That we will feel comforted by the possibility that if we just give it enough time, we will heal. [...]