Is it okay to talk to the person who died? Talking to deceased loved ones is part of grieving and healing grief.  When someone dies, the relationship with that person that does not die. Thus, it is natural to continue a dialogue. In fact, grief help in the form of talking silently in your head […]

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Is my loved one in heaven? Is he or she okay? These are questions you may struggle with since the answer is not known. However, I challenge you to listen to what your intuitive self or internal guidance is saying: Have you felt your loved one being close to you? Do you see “signs” at […]

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Our emotional outbursts can be our greatest enemy but our biggest savior. Sometimes we avoid calling friends, talking about our loved one, or participating in a holiday or event because we fear that it will be too hard. We fear that we won’t be able the pain and the emotions will take over. What is […]

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Talking to your Bereaved Friend About Death You’ve heard the saying; the only thing certain is death and taxes. Western society, however, seems to think that death is “optional,” and thus we act accordingly. We ignore this possibility of death and certainly do not want to be reminded of our mortality. Of course, most of […]

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How to Cope when Grieving: Be Compassionate and Gentle with Yourself The journey through grief can be long and difficult. Remember to be very gentle with yourself. Treat yourself as you would your child. Be kind, loving, tender, caring and generous. Accept that you have suffered a debilitating wound, and you need to heal. Think […]

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