Advice for the Grieving

Resilience is about falling into your own strength AfterTalk 10.20.21

Editor: Although this is written for families of loved ones with serious mental illness, I agree with the author that her discussion of resilience is vital to those who have suffered a loss.  Hello, I have visited and appreciate your website and I get your emails. I participate in a variety of social media forums …

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Write a Letter to the Deceased and It Will Help You…AfterTalk Weekly

by Opal Miamoto Now that you are reading this, you want to know how to write a letter to a loved one who passed away. Whether you lost a loved one several years ago or recently, you have a unique grieving process. No two people are alike. And the grieving process never stops. You may …

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Putting the Closure on the Use of the Word “Closure” in Grief: AfterTalk 9/1/21

By Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.  “If you are seeking a time when you will be finished, you will never be done.” – Tibetan saying In these contemporary times, you may be led to believe that you need to achieve “closure” after the death of someone in your life. As a matter of fact, you may …

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Confront Grief: a Metaphor AfterTalk Pandemic Weekly 7.14.21

  How do you confront grief? from Mortality Moments at Quora.com by Courtney Susoeff-Rice  June 26,2021 How do you confront grief? Allow me to explain, in metaphor- This is how I see it, and feel it… You let it happen. At first, it will overcome you. It will drown you beneath it’s currents. It will …

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