dealing with loss

I’ve learned to live my life. To take something that destroyed me and turn it into something that builds me.
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A lifetime of memories and knowledge and love and experience that can't be taken away, not by mere mortal fire. He has a
Next time, try out these new tools when you find yourself in a situation where someone tells you what is going on under the "I'm fine." The thing is, most of us want to say and do the right things for the people in our lives, but we didn't how. Here's a start!
Grief is the experience you are going through, and it doesn't define who you are. Choose love and love will choose you.
Recovering from something as big as a divorce can be a challenge, but staying positive can give you the opportunity to start fresh.
Time may heal all wounds, but it does nothing about the scars. So please try and understand if at certain times we say that we miss our dead parent(s).
This is to you-to those of you who were just babies when you lost a parent.
By being aware of these simple things to do or not do, you will be a much more appreciated and valued comforter in this dark time. You will be truly supporting and helping the person you care about in their hour of need.
By Gary Zukav Multisensory perception reveals ourselves, and the world, as different than we imagined. We still see ourselves
Grieving the loss of alcohol or the girl I was when I drank is just part of choosing to be sober. It's nothing in comparison to grieving my brother, which I think will forever be a part of life my. But no matter what it is that I am grieving, the process is the same and acceptance is the answer.
People say goodbye to beloved pets everyday so my experience is hardly unusual. Probably most clicking on this blog post can relate. But viewing such loss through a theological lens is not so common. A rather trivial incident turned my thoughts in this direction.
I have always been proud of the fact that my daughter wouldn't hurt a fly. At 12, she went camping with other Buddhist kids
You might think that knowing what I know about death, God, Love and the Afterlife that I might not grieve. But I do because grieving comes from loving. You grieve whom love. Love and grief come together although they arrive at different times. You can't have one without the other.
I am deeply thankful for the time we had together. I am grateful to have had such a mother and I am privileged to have known her.
This story is included in Tricia McCallum's first book of poetry: Nothing Gold Can Stay: A Mother and Father Remembered .
It's war torn and sepia-colored now, parchment like, but the little scrap of paper containing this verse has long been a treasure of mine, a template for any poem I write.
Indeed, the mark of a successful person lies in their response to negative situations -- they lick their wounds but never leave the battlefield, they turn their scars into strengths. In approaching rejection, losing and failure, here are 10 hidden blessings...