As people age it’s not uncommon to experience multiple losses in life. While aging can bring about loss it can also bring strength and wisdom.
If your a griever the holidays may not feel the same for you, and it can all be a sad reminder or a past or recent loss. I offer some ideas to help you survive and come through the holiday experience in one piece.
We all know that breakups can often be messy. And the chances are you’ve been through at least one breakup in your life, and nobody finds them easy to go through.
There really is something called empty nest syndrome. According to Psychology Today, empty nest syndrome are feelings of sadness and grief that occurs among parents after their children have grown up and left the home.
I’ll bet most of you have friends or at least one good friend. That special someone who knows you really well. When a good friend dies, your world can turn upside down.
Did you know that right along with divorce and losing a loved one, moving is actually listed as one of the top stressors. Even if your moving for positive reasons, it is still a major grief event.
Unfortunately abortion is a topic that society seems so scared to talk about, yet alone acknowledge the emotions that come with it. This leaves many to suffer in silence.
I’m sure we have all heard the saying “Time heals all wounds.” While the intentions of the person saying it are usually well meaning. Time itself is not a healer.
Many people who’ve had failed relationships can often become very isolated from their own feelings. So it’s important to understand why a divorce or a bad breakup can be so painful and difficult.
Losing a spouse can be so devastating. Your whole world changes as one day your married, the next your single and this journey can feel scary.