Tag Archives: dealing with grief

The Grief Journey

Many people I’ve spoken with about grief think that there is a “time of mourning”. This would suggest a beginning as well as an end. I believe that grief is a journey that has no end date, it simply changes … Continue reading

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Grief, Loss and the Holidays

The Hallmark movies always conclude with some type of Christmas miracle and joy for the characters in the story, however; in real life many people are experiencing unimaginable grief and loss during this holiday season. The journey of grief seems … Continue reading

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The science of timing

Timing – regulating occurrence to ensure maximum effect. I have been around those this year who have experienced many life changes, and especially death and heartache. I believe that if we understand by faith, that there’s a BIGGER PICTURE than what we currently see, … Continue reading

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