Today marks the 15th anniversary of my mother’s death.  When I turned on my computer today, I received information about the Archangel Azrael.  It seemed very fitting for me today, so I hope the information below may help you on your grief journey.  The information is from  ‘You may not believe in Angels but they […]

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Hang on when riding the roller coaster of grief. You can yell and scream all you want as your grief hits all those curves and dips and bumps, but don’t give up. Hang on to hope. Hang on to love.  Hang on to memories.  Hang on to life. Know that a bad day just means you […]

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Prescription:  Patience, 100 mg.  A daily dose of patience (100 mg) each morning will fortify you to be patient with yourself, giving yourself time to grieve. Don’t be in a rush. Wallow in your grief. Feel every emotion. “Name it and claim it,” as TV’s Dr. Phil advises. You need to have patience while grieving. Listen […]

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Grief and the Holidays: Pay Attention to Yourself.  These words are worth repeating.  The holidays are difficult when you are dealing with grief and have lost someone, so self care is critical. Rest when you need too.  Listen when that little voice tells you that you’re too tired to shop and buy one more gift. […]

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“I have emerged from the tunnel of grief into the light. Life is better. Not the same, but good and getting better all the time.” ~ Dr. Joyce Brothers  As you sit with your sorrow today, step out into the sunshine– at least for a few minutes. Let the warmth of the sun, of life, […]

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