Monthly Archives: May 2013

Overcoming Being Stuck in Grief

One of the most popular blog entries read by my readers has been:  “Looking Back and Looking Ahead,” written one year ago today. In reviewing that blog entry, emotional healing continues to take place in my own life. Although family … Continue reading

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Treasures

While visiting Elaine yesterday, we toured her home with my carefully navigating her power chair through various entries.  For the past few years, she has mainly confined herself to living in the great room of her home.  Moving from room … Continue reading

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A Critical Component

In the midst of emotional turmoil and pain, one key ingredient must be on one’s ongoing “to do” list throughout tragedy. Without this critical component, no sense of peace may ensue. Mistakes are made on all counts as one reels from … Continue reading

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Honesty Rather Than Hypocrisy

In the midst of family crises, pain-filled events often erupt between relatives.  Emotional heartaches are birthed through unkind words. Recently, I confronted a family member about a hurtful, unjustified remark said about me behind my back. I had waited for … Continue reading

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