Monthly Archives: February 2014

Wednesday Wisdom: Winter

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“The secret anniversaries of the heart…”

Tuesday’s Thoughts: I’ve been thinking a lot about important dates for the bereaved. Today is one client’s birthday. She has lost every member of her original family, most recently a sibling. Her birthday was always “a big deal” in her … Continue reading

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Open Mind Friday: Religion vs. Spirituality…

There are many attempts at defining religion and spirituality. The way I define them is that religion happens on the outside and spirituality happens on the inside. Religion is based on organization, liturgical styles and sets of beliefs. Spirituality is … Continue reading

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Whether you are grieving a person or a pet, journaling is a great tool for expression of that grief. ¬†Here are some great ways to start…

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This is George. He died 5-10-10 and I still miss him. I’ve lived with lots of dogs during my lifetime, but George was THE ONE. I always said that no one would look at me the way George looked at … Continue reading

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Efficacy of Telephone Counseling…

Here’s an article I came across this morning while doing a little research. ¬†While I am NOT a mental health counselor, this article does address some of the issues and concerns of utilizing the telephone as a medium for support. … Continue reading

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Great quote…

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