Tag Archives: grief

Chippy Chipmunk: Friends in the Garden

May 2, 2015

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Chippy Chipmunk: Friends in the Garden by Kathy M. Miller — Explaining loss to children is never easy, whether they have lost a family member, a friend or even a pet; and explaining healthy ways of mourning can sometimes come across as dauntingly grown up. But Miller explains life and death in their most fitting […]

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Dealing with loss during the holidays

December 17, 2014

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Dealing with loss during the holidays by Dannette Hunnel —  The holiday season can be a catalyst for feelings of loss. Loss is descriptive individually, as it can involve anything from a relationship breakdown, empty nest syndrome, or loss of a limb to having a car repossessed. Other common losses are loss of status, a […]

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Life Without Lisa: A Widowed Father’s Compelling Journey Through The Rough Seas of Grief

November 20, 2014

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Life Without Lisa: A Widowed Father’s Compelling Journey Through The Rough Seas of Grief by Richard Ballo — This is Ballo’s poignant and heartfelt story of love, love lost, all-consuming grief and pain, visitations from Lisa, his 38-year-old wife who died from cancer, and his triumphant recovery. Reeling from grief, Ballo barely clung to his […]

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To grieve is to heal

May 4, 2014

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To grieve is to heal by David Berger —  Grieving is a natural step toward growth and healing. But our grief isn’t limited to the times when life is difficult or when we lose someone who means a lot to us. Artists grieve. Whether they sing, dance, sculpt, paint or create in any sense, they […]

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Creative Grieving: A Hip Chick’s Path from Loss to Hope

March 30, 2014

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Creative Grieving

Creative Grieving: A Hip Chick’s Path from Loss to Hope  by Elizabeth Berrien — Grief is often perceived as a dark and lonely journey; as a result, it is a topic we tend to avoid in today’s society. Within a 20-month period, Berrien endured the loss of her stillborn son and the subsequent death of […]

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Satin-spar selenite: A healing crystal of the future

March 14, 2013

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by Leslee J. Klinsky —  Satin-spar selenite, a little-known and underutilized crystal, contains all the positive qualities of quartz crystal’s healing power and protection without any of the negatives. In mythology, it is said to have been a major healing tool, record keeper and energy generator in Atlantis. Whether or not you believe in Atlantis, […]

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Past life energies in relationships

February 25, 2013

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by Rochelle Sparrow —  What type of a relationship are you in? Does your partner validate your emotions and help support who you are? Are you with someone who enriches your life? If not, why not? Answering these questions can often be a complex process of recognizing energies we are holding from past lives that […]

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Getting it up for God, each other and our planet

February 13, 2013

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by Scott Grace  —  Lately I have coached several people who were quite “dis-couraged” (removed from their courage) by the insanity, greed and destruction going down on the planet. Then throw in such things as the hurricane, climate change and personal financial woes. As such, depression and despair currently exist in epidemic proportions, and many […]

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Dealing with loss during the holidays

November 24, 2012

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by Laura Orsini —  Losing a loved one is never easy, but it is particularly difficult when the loss occurs near the holidays. Whether it has been one year or 20 years, you are likely to feel the loss much more acutely during the holiday season. Although everyone grieves differently, it is important that you […]

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Curious about qigong?

March 1, 2012

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by Jolin Brandes —  The practice of qigong can yield many benefits and assist you in taking back the power to heal yourself. During the winter season, when you are susceptible to colds and flu-like symptoms, qigong is an excellent therapy to help support your lungs. Qigong encourages a positive outlook on life and can […]

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Autumn: time to resolve grief and sadness

February 28, 2012

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by Maria Troia —  The body has memory, but the root cause of disease always begins in the spirit. How aware are you of your health as it relates to your spirit? Is this the first step you take on your journey toward healing? In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), autumn is the season of the […]

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The authentic self

February 27, 2012

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by Cortney Kane —  Many of us have been raised to believe that we need to be more than who we are and that we will never be enough. The saying we hear used a lot these days is “fake it ‘til you make it.” But why do we need to fake anything? Why is […]

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Timeless healing with Chinese medicine

February 26, 2012

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by Ada Porat —  There is a world of difference in the approaches to healing found in Western allopathic medicine and in traditional Chinese medicine. In the Western world, physicians are trained to separate mental, physical and emotional symptoms when addressing the root cause of an illness. In contrast, Chinese medicine views the patient as […]

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