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Emerging Voices (Featured Book) No Comments

Emerging Voices is a book of poetry and artwork created by Laurel Rund in 2010 to describe the feelings of grief and loss she experienced after the death of her husband of 42 years. The bereavement community, friends and family encouraged her to share what she had written because her poems reached out and touched others in a profound way, regardless of the type of loss the reader had experienced. Loss is most often associated with the death of a loved one; but feelings of loss also come from: divorce or a relationship breakup, loss of a friendship, loss of health…

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A Guide to Grief (Part Two) No Comments

In my last article I shared some ideas for dealing with your grief when you’ve lost someone you love. The following is a guide for those who wish to help someone who is in mourning. People want to be helpful to a bereaved person, but often feel that they don’t know what to say or what to do; as a consequence they do nothing, which is the worst possible thing they can do. I encourage those of you who are grieving to share, in love, this short guide with your friends to help them help you…

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From Grief to Joy, A Journey Back to Life & Living (Featured Book) No Comments

Donna’s story is an elegant illustration of how to recognize that, despite how it may seem, the world around you is not coming apart; it is just the turbulence that is necessary to project you into the next level of life. Do not be afraid of what this life brings you. Use it, and know that in the realm of uncertainty, your destiny is found. Donna walks this path. She has experienced it first hand, and her message is a powerful communication inspired by practice. Upon finishing this book, you will know more than you imagined…

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A Time To Heal: A Grief Journal (Featured Book) No Comments

A Time to Heal, a grief journal was designed to help you remember the life of someone you love. When a loved one dies, it’s hard to know how to navigate the unpredictable waves of emotion that often follow. A Time to Heal, a grief journal is a place to reflect and write, to cry and to laugh as you remember someone who is much too important to forget. Preserving stories and priceless photos is one of the best ways keep memories fresh and celebrate life. The journey, bathed in timeless scriptures from God’s word…

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A Guide to Grief (Part One) No Comments

I lost my father when I was 8 and a husband at 32. In between there were siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends and pets. I consider myself something of a doyenne of death; as both therapist and doyenne, I am dismayed by the complete absence of any cultural container for loss. Living in a country that fears and avoids death leaves us awkwardly positioned to cope with it when our turn to mourn arrives. In light of this, I have created a guide for those who are grieving that I provide to grieving clients and at workshops, which I share below. I hope it will both aid…

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Funeral Planning Guide

This Funeral Planning Guide was created to assist you in the many aspects of planning a funeral. Within you will find all of the forms, checklists and information necessary to ensure that your final wishes are known…

Questions About Grief No Comments

We all do it countless times a day. You pick up the phone, a client comes in for a meeting, or you see someone on the street, and the first thing you say…