I believe most people truly want to be helpful when their loved one is hurting after a loss. And yet, most people probably don't know what to say, so they just say whatever seems right at the moment. Often what we think is right, or what we have been taught to say, isn't always … [Read more...] about What Not To Say
If you ever wonder if there's anything left in life to get excited about, imagine coming across this without even knowing it was about to happen... Murmuration from Sophie Windsor Clive on Vimeo. … [Read more...] about Murmuration
Contrary to what some might believe, depression is an illness just like any other. It has causes and symptoms just like any other illness. The symptoms of depression enable the diagnosis of the condition since the brain can't be cut open to find the cause of a “disease.” Recovery begins first with … [Read more...] about Are You at Risk for Depression?
When we experience a loss and it's accompanying grief and mourning, it is important to take care of our own needs, even if that means disappointing others at times. All of the strong emotions that are involved can be confusing, distressing, and always changing. Often we can feel several emotions … [Read more...] about 10 Tips for Moving Through Grief