The first Thanksgiving without your loved one probably has you feeling anxious, but you are not alone. What once may have been a favorite time of year now raises difficult feelings about how to cope with grief during the holidays. Because it is the first “winter holiday,” the weeks before Thanksgiving seem to kick-off the season
After 27 years of marriage, Marla Polk found herself dealing with the sudden death of her husband. Losing her spouse created a hole in her life that she didn’t know what to do with. She shares her journey and what helped in episode #36 of the Mindfulness & Grief Podcast.
MINDFULNESS & GRIEF PODCAST EPISODE 24Warriors of Life Conquering Grief & Battling Your Way Back To Happinesswith Richie Pryor SHOW NOTES Richie Pryor’s son and namesake, Richard, sadly died in his sleep a few weeks after a family vacation to Hawaii. Naturally, Richie felt great heartache after the loss of his son, but has found
Dave Roberts discusses how looking back on your life can determine if what you’ve accomplished has meaning, for you and for others who have crossed your path.
In this touching letter to her deceased husband, Jen CB lovingly comes to the realization that death does not part them and that the vows they made live on.
The world’s an uncertain place, making things equally pleasant and disturbing for us human beings. Bronte Price talks about the fragility of life and how you can help a grieving family cope with the loss of a loved one.
Things pass, transform, change – and we must learn how to live with our eyes wide open for what is here right now. Laurie talks about turning your attention to the love that shines through the sadness.
Losing one parent as a child is devastating. Losing both is unimaginable, yet there is always hope for a new beginning …
Studying reincarnation and our existence can aid us all in accepting death in a new way, even a death as devastating as a parent.
Learn how losing his unborn child led a first-time father into depression and then, to meditation and mindfulness.