After you suffer the death of a loved one, you feel like you’re living in a fog. You go through the motions, but it’s almost as if someone else is living your life while you stand by and watch. Nothing you do feels natural – working, laughing, your daily routine. The truth is, you don’t […]

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Over the next month, we will explore ideas on how to get support. Going through grief may be the hardest thing you will ever do. The burden can be lessened when you reach out to others. Seeking support should not be considered a “crutch,” but instead an important life line. Help can come in many different forms […]

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Have you ever noticed the tendency to think and act like the people around you? If you really stop and think about your friends and the people within your sphere of influence, I bet you can see a lot of similarities amongst the members of that circle. It’s hard to say whether we seek out […]

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  Your world has just been turned upside down, and self care is critical for you. Treat yourself with extreme care. You are in a fragile state, and you need to focus only on yourself. Now more than ever, your needs will be a priority. Don’t push yourself. You will need sleep and healthy food […]

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Here are 5 common myths about grief: Grief has a timeline There is no timeline to grief; the grief process is a personal experience and influenced by so many factors. Placing someone who is grieving on a timeline can make their process even worse. Staying Busy Will Keep the Pain Away Sooner or later, grief […]

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