Blog Posts - Grieving



Our National Temper Tantrum

We all had to see it coming. With so much division and hateful rhetoric spewed forth from both sides in this election cycle, it is only logical to believe the losing side was going to [...] The post Our National Temper Tantrum appeared first on Polit...
by Politics As Unusual on Nov 11, 2016

Everyman's Hopkins

This is the seventh in my series meant to introduce or reintroduce major poets through presenting a few of their best-known works with some details of their lives but without footnotes. Much poetry today in the USA is written in vernacular conversat...
by Poetry on the Loose on May 1, 2016

Regrets: the Comeback

Regrets: the Comeback What to do when you are a former rockstar, or not. It started with an insurance presentation. I had a good but emotionally draining day. She talks a lot. And I also get to talk more. I … Continue reading →...

Sorrow…

“Grief often turns to hate, when our sorrows become more than we can bear.”  ~M   Photo found at: flickr.comFiled under: Quotes, Uncategorized Tagged: bitterness, creative writing, grief, grieving, hate, negativity, original quote,...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Mar 26, 2016

Sorrow…

“Grief often turns to hate, when our sorrows become more than we can bear.”  ~M   Photo found at: flickr.comFiled under: Quotes, Uncategorized Tagged: bitterness, creative writing, grief, grieving, hate, negativity, original quote,...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Mar 26, 2016

I’m still grieving over my ex

I’m still grieving over my ex by Laura L. (Florida, USA) I had a 3 year relationship with this guy who treated me badly and was abusive because he used to be an abused child himself. But since I had a low self esteem and my own issues when I wa...

Complicated Grief

"Give sorrow words. The grief that does not speak whispers the o'er-fraught heart, and bids it break." - William Shakespeare I don't claim to be a grief specialist but one thing that you will find consistently in my writing and advice is to not...
by Hope In The Storm on Feb 2, 2016

Reading Through Grief

Four years ago, my aunt entered hospice right before Thanksgiving, after being treated for ovarian cancer for a little over 2 years. between Thanksgiving and New Years, we entered that stage of saying goodbye and watching the dying process take ̷...
by Book Riot on Jan 17, 2016

3 Keys To Heaven From John Lennon

John Lennon shared with me 3 keys that helped me to visit heaven. You too can visit heaven. Read more.
by Soulful Traveler on Dec 30, 2015

3 Keys To Heaven From John Lennon

John Lennon shared with me 3 keys that helped me to visit heaven. You too can visit heaven. Read more.
by Soulful Traveler on Dec 30, 2015

3 Keys To Heaven From John Lennon

John Lennon shared with me 3 keys that helped me to visit heaven. You too can visit heaven. Read more.
by Soulful Traveler on Dec 30, 2015

Grief: Overcoming the Obstacles of Hypervigilance and Trust Issues.

"After a traumatic experience, the human system of self-preservation seems to go onto permanent alert, as if the danger might return at any moment." - Judith Lewis Herman, Trauma and RecoveryWhen it turns out that nothing is what it seemed to be. Whe...
by Hope In The Storm on Oct 29, 2015

Grieve One Day At A Time.

It takes time and practice to get good at living with loss. It will always feel surreal and alien. It will always sting like peroxide poured out onto scrapped skin. But like any physical training goes, when you started you could only run so far and n...
by Hope In The Storm on Oct 27, 2015

Hannah Bear Coloring Book helps kids with grief

Traverse City – It’s a coloring book to help children through the process of grief and death. According to an article in the Traverse City Record Eagle, Reynolds Jonkhoff Funeral Director Lindsey Rogers has designed a 12-page coloring boo...
by Funeral News with Live Casket on Oct 26, 2015

Grieving Canine

I recently went through a loss of a dog and am currently dealing with a grieving canine. It is really hard for me to understand Rocky’s grief, as he and my newly departed Dachshund were not close by any means. The two did not play together, however...

For the Fathers

When the tragedy of losing a child happens, it’s often normal for people to comfort the mother. Coming from a place of experience, I feel a lot of times that the man goes unnoticed in it all. Men are fixers they are the strong ones that have to...
by Living Through Our Loss on Oct 14, 2015

Remembering 9/11: What You Can Learn From Grief

Fourteen years ago, terrorists plowed two hijacked planes into New York’s twin towers, resulting in the deaths of thousands of people. Each year on September 11th, we remember those whose lives were lost and those who have given their lives sin...
by Recovery Advocates on Sep 11, 2015

A trip to Hundred Islands National Park with my cute little niece

I died 7 months ago. Where I am now, I'm not pretty sure, is this what you call purgatory? You see, my baby died a month after birth and after 2 pregnancy losses, she's my precious little one.  We can't contain our happiness when we had her, and...
by Vivi's Random Ramblings on Sep 4, 2015

Open Letter From Grieving Parents

"There is no friendship, no love, like that of the parent for the child. " - Henry Ward BeecherDear Friends and Family, Acquaintances and Strangers, Neighbors and Co-workers;For whatever reason, our child came up in conversation today. Please know th...
by Hope In The Storm on Sep 1, 2015

How many children do you have? How to answer this question when grieving the loss of a child.

"Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of life's longing for itself. They came through your but not from you and through they are with you yet they belong not to you."  - Kahlil GibranI was faced with this que...
by Hope In The Storm on Aug 5, 2015


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