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Chelsea Hanson

Show You Care With Thoughtful Bereavement Gifts

Sympathy gifts are a great way to show your condolences during your loved one's time of grief. When you can't find the right words to say, let a meaningful gift...

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Steve Wickham

Redressing Origins of Shame

Redressing our origins of shame, our negative states-of-being, requires that we negate the negative by being honestly positive; it's being truthful, about how we...

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Steve Wickham

Much like the responses we might have if we were to be harangued by a suicide, this article will be inadequate. What could possibly describe our feelings, and thoughts, and anything, really, having

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 17, 2012
Steve Wickham

The pain of anguish enlivened in love gone wrong, whether by death or breakup or anything else, is an ache unparalleled. Yet, God is able to help. God is able to encourage us to endure the pain,

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 15, 2012
Chelsea Hanson

For many people, death is a wake-up call telling them to start living life differently. Look closely at your life and find ways to make it more meaningful.

By: Chelsea Hanson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 12, 2012
Chelsea Hanson

Find your therapeutic activity and let it help you through your grieving process. If you're not sure what that is, try out a few techniques and see what works.

By: Chelsea Hanson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 12, 2012
Chelsea Hanson

Perhaps they made it a point to say "I love you" every day. These little habits made a big impact on your life and the lives of other people too. Choose one of those habits and pick it up where your

By: Chelsea Hanson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 12, 2012
Steve Wickham

The darkest valleys - the hardest times - have the lushest flora for spiritual nourishment and the juiciest streams for spiritual lubrication. At these places we are found open, and God communicates

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 11, 2012
Steve Wickham

Regrets are normal in life. Understanding that we would have done what we regret now, had we known what we know now back then, helps us forgive ourselves. As we forgive ourselves we practice letting

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 10, 2012
Harriet Hodgson

Grief is overwhelming, so overwhelming you may neglect your hobbies. But your hobbies may help you to cope and, in time, provide a measure of comfort. Your hobby or hobbies may link you with a

By: Harriet Hodgson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 09, 2012
Nathalie Himmelrich

Anger is part of the grief cycle consisting of five stages as per Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. The other stages are denial, bargaining, depression and acceptance. It is important to note that experiencing

By: Nathalie Himmelrich l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 09, 2012
Steve Wickham

During a particularly difficult period of my adolescence, a first love having ended, I recall the externalisation of my grief in drawing, with pencil and paper, the places and experiences I grieved

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 07, 2012

Is it possible for every person to be happy at all times? The absolute happiness cannot be found anywhere. Irrespective of the positions, people require the psychological counseling from a person and

By: Charle Leos l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 07, 2012
Steve Wickham

God's faithfulness stands the test of time. Reflecting on the LORD'S deeds of loyalty we find much that is praiseworthy and thankfulness fills our hearts. This is evidence of our salvation.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 19, 2012
Harriet Hodgson

Crying is a normal response to death. You may cry for weeks, for months, and then, slowly, your tears subside. But grief can still catch you unawares. You may cry unexpectedly when you hear a song or

By: Harriet Hodgson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 19, 2012
Steve Wickham

What may we say to the struggling spirit forlorn and entrapped in the midst of their harrowing lives? How might we, if it was us, be encouraged? How could we climb up from deep, deep down in

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 18, 2012
Chelsea Hanson

Everyone who has been diagnosed with cancer feels differently about it. Likely the person is going to be very sensitive about the subject, so it's important to choose your words carefully to avoid

By: Chelsea Hanson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 18, 2012
Chelsea Hanson

Is there anyone more vulnerable than a child who has just lost someone close to them? Death is a tragedy for anyone, but for children, the death of a family member or close friend can be even more

By: Chelsea Hanson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 18, 2012
Steve Wickham

Hope never occurs when we have nothing of need in it; when faith is not required. Faith and hope *require* a problem. Hope for future rejoicing is laden with faith enough to hope and not give up.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 17, 2012
Steve Wickham

As Job and the psalmist found before us, deconstructing our brokenness is a vital part to our reconstruction. From the experience of the depths we can know ever greater heights.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 16, 2012
Sue M Broome

Grief isn't planned and many times an unexpected visitor, but that's OK. When we are wiling to see what is offered, we can move through it more easily.

By: Sue M Broome l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 16, 2012
Steve Wickham

If you are fatuously in love, and that love is being returned to your complete satisfaction, you won't want to read this. You won't believe it, and it would do you no good anyway. You may have

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 14, 2012
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Chelsea Hanson

When you're not sure how to express your condolences, give a lasting sympathy gift. Your loved one will appreciate the gesture and the fact that you're thinking of them in their time of need.

By: Chelsea Hanson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

The darkest valleys - the hardest times - have the lushest flora for spiritual nourishment and the juiciest streams for spiritual lubrication. At these places we are found open, and God communicates

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 11, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Chelsea Hanson

For many people, death is a wake-up call telling them to start living life differently. Look closely at your life and find ways to make it more meaningful.

By: Chelsea Hanson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Nathalie Himmelrich

Anger is part of the grief cycle consisting of five stages as per Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. The other stages are denial, bargaining, depression and acceptance. It is important to note that experiencing

By: Nathalie Himmelrich l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 09, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Deanne P Wells

On Mother's Day, May 8 2005, my best friend of 15 years unexpectedly passed away from a coronary embolism; she was 42. I wish we could have had... just one more day.

By: Deanne P Wells l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Feb 18, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

Much like the responses we might have if we were to be harangued by a suicide, this article will be inadequate. What could possibly describe our feelings, and thoughts, and anything, really, having

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 17, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

Regrets are normal in life. Understanding that we would have done what we regret now, had we known what we know now back then, helps us forgive ourselves. As we forgive ourselves we practice letting

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 10, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Chelsea Hanson

Perhaps they made it a point to say "I love you" every day. These little habits made a big impact on your life and the lives of other people too. Choose one of those habits and pick it up where your

By: Chelsea Hanson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

The pain of anguish enlivened in love gone wrong, whether by death or breakup or anything else, is an ache unparalleled. Yet, God is able to help. God is able to encourage us to endure the pain,

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 15, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Chelsea Hanson

Find your therapeutic activity and let it help you through your grieving process. If you're not sure what that is, try out a few techniques and see what works.

By: Chelsea Hanson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

Grief is overwhelming, so overwhelming you may neglect your hobbies. But your hobbies may help you to cope and, in time, provide a measure of comfort. Your hobby or hobbies may link you with a

By: Harriet Hodgson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 09, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Nan Zastrow

A secondary loss in grief refers to another "crisis" that occurs simultaneously or as a result/reaction to the death of a loved one. Most people experience one or more secondary losses during grief

By: Nan Zastrow l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

Be it right or wrong, but most times when we think in terms of bereavement, we think of adults that grieve the passing of a loved one. We offer our condolences, help them through their grief, and

By: Ryan Spring l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Feb 15, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Barbara Cagle

You have recently lost a close friend or loved one and you should be sad but instead you feel angry. How we use anger instead of facing the sadness of grief. Sooner or later we all feel a sense of

By: Barbara Cagle l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

Hope never occurs when we have nothing of need in it; when faith is not required. Faith and hope *require* a problem. Hope for future rejoicing is laden with faith enough to hope and not give up.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

During a particularly difficult period of my adolescence, a first love having ended, I recall the externalisation of my grief in drawing, with pencil and paper, the places and experiences I grieved

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 07, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

Crying is a normal response to death. You may cry for weeks, for months, and then, slowly, your tears subside. But grief can still catch you unawares. You may cry unexpectedly when you hear a song or

By: Harriet Hodgson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

There is a purpose in silent isolation. Such unassisted suffering teaches us, beyond our denial, to look calmly within; there we find God leading us to ourselves. There we see what is in our hearts.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

God's faithfulness stands the test of time. Reflecting on the LORD'S deeds of loyalty we find much that is praiseworthy and thankfulness fills our hearts. This is evidence of our salvation.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Trevor Johnson

Suicide is a modern public health crisis that claims lives all over the world every year. People who have lost a loved one to suicide often face tremendous trauma and shock with many confusing

By: Trevor Johnson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
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Deanne P Wells

On Mother's Day, May 8 2005, my best friend of 15 years unexpectedly passed away from a coronary embolism; she was 42. I wish we could have had... just one more day.

By: Deanne P Wells l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Feb 18, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

Redressing our origins of shame, our negative states-of-being, requires that we negate the negative by being honestly positive; it's being truthful, about how we feel, remembering that our feelings

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 31 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

If we thought of a time when we feared the unknown, perhaps when we were afraid of the dark, and needed our parents' assurance, we can understand that, though we are adults, we may always hold some

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

What may we say to the struggling spirit forlorn and entrapped in the midst of their harrowing lives? How might we, if it was us, be encouraged? How could we climb up from deep, deep down in

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 18, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

Hope never occurs when we have nothing of need in it; when faith is not required. Faith and hope *require* a problem. Hope for future rejoicing is laden with faith enough to hope and not give up.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

As Job and the psalmist found before us, deconstructing our brokenness is a vital part to our reconstruction. From the experience of the depths we can know ever greater heights.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

If you are fatuously in love, and that love is being returned to your complete satisfaction, you won't want to read this. You won't believe it, and it would do you no good anyway. You may have

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

When there's precious little to believe in, And our struggles redeem thin air, Faith fortifies our hope, If only we'll hopefully dare. With nothing now to lose, And an untold mystery to gain, Our

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

There is a purpose in silent isolation. Such unassisted suffering teaches us, beyond our denial, to look calmly within; there we find God leading us to ourselves. There we see what is in our hearts.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

God's faithfulness stands the test of time. Reflecting on the LORD'S deeds of loyalty we find much that is praiseworthy and thankfulness fills our hearts. This is evidence of our salvation.

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

Much like the responses we might have if we were to be harangued by a suicide, this article will be inadequate. What could possibly describe our feelings, and thoughts, and anything, really, having

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 17, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

The pain of anguish enlivened in love gone wrong, whether by death or breakup or anything else, is an ache unparalleled. Yet, God is able to help. God is able to encourage us to endure the pain,

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 15, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

The darkest valleys - the hardest times - have the lushest flora for spiritual nourishment and the juiciest streams for spiritual lubrication. At these places we are found open, and God communicates

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 11, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

Regrets are normal in life. Understanding that we would have done what we regret now, had we known what we know now back then, helps us forgive ourselves. As we forgive ourselves we practice letting

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 10, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Steve Wickham

During a particularly difficult period of my adolescence, a first love having ended, I recall the externalisation of my grief in drawing, with pencil and paper, the places and experiences I grieved

By: Steve Wickham l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 07, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Trevor Johnson

Suicide is a modern public health crisis that claims lives all over the world every year. People who have lost a loved one to suicide often face tremendous trauma and shock with many confusing

By: Trevor Johnson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

Crying is a normal response to death. You may cry for weeks, for months, and then, slowly, your tears subside. But grief can still catch you unawares. You may cry unexpectedly when you hear a song or

By: Harriet Hodgson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

Grief is overwhelming, so overwhelming you may neglect your hobbies. But your hobbies may help you to cope and, in time, provide a measure of comfort. Your hobby or hobbies may link you with a

By: Harriet Hodgson l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Jun 09, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Barbara Cagle

You have recently lost a close friend or loved one and you should be sad but instead you feel angry. How we use anger instead of facing the sadness of grief. Sooner or later we all feel a sense of

By: Barbara Cagle l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Nan Zastrow

A secondary loss in grief refers to another "crisis" that occurs simultaneously or as a result/reaction to the death of a loved one. Most people experience one or more secondary losses during grief

By: Nan Zastrow l Self Improvement > Grief Loss l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
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