Monthly Archives: June 2011

Choices


Today I heard a friend say she had become angry when her therapist told her she had chosen to be unhappy and that she could choose to be happy instead.  My friend felt that the statement was ridiculous because no … Continue reading

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Surviving the Waves


It occurred to me today that grief is like standing waist deep in a heavy surf.  The waves pour over your head and knock you to the bottom, but then they recede for a moment before they pound you once … Continue reading

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Aging and Grief


I will be speaking later today at a meeting of adult caregivers on the topic of grief coaching.  I feel passionate about the topic and particularly want more people to become aware that residents of care facilities, retirees, and even … Continue reading

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