Feeling the Pain of Grief

“To suppress the grief, the pain, is to condemn oneself to a living death.  Living fully means feeling fully; it means being completely one with what you are experiencing and not holding it at arm’s length.”  Philip Kapleau Having suffered with heel pain and then […]

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Opening up to healing in grief

We often do not realize just how deep our wounds may be.  When someone we love dies, the emotions that we feel whirl around our brains, our bodies and ultimately land within our hearts.   However, many people make an attempt to keep the wounds […]

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Processing your grief

There is a saying that I learned from Dr. Alan Wolfelt from the Center for Loss: You won’t always remember what someone said, but you will always remember how they made you feel. After my mother died of cancer 28 years ago, I remember people […]

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