Resources and Blog

Addiction, Shame & Grief – Interview with Sarah Roberts

Whenever we’re faced with challenges in our lives, it can be easy to give up.  Its a choice, it’s your willingness to work through them and heal.  It is then your greatest gifts and passions show up.  You don’t have to hit the proverbial “rock bottom” before deciding this isn’t working. It can be one...

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Grief Inventory – 5 Areas it Affects

5 Areas Grief Effects Psychological Emotions What are you feeling?  Do you have bouts of sadness, increased anger, fearful, guilt/shame what ifs, could/should have? Thoughts Difficulty concentrating, forgetful, overwhelmed, confused, thinking the same thought over and over? Feelings Do you feel empty inside, in despair, lonely, even helpless, yearning for something but you don’t know...

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Grief in the Workplace and at Home, A Male’s Perspective

There are many accounts of how the death of a loved affects us judging by the number of books available on the subject.  It seems the very act of writing about our experiences is a way to not only help us…

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Perfectionism Paralysis

I pulled this inspirational card today and it spoke volumes to me.  I’m the perfect example of perfectionism.  So much so I get into perfectionism paralysis! It was no wonder that when it came my time to grieve, I’d worry if was I doing it right! “There…

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Poems from Beyond – Interview with Liza Ferrara DeStefano

Grief is universal, but individually we all have our own unique way of handling our grief.  Liz Ferrara DeStefano found very quickly after the death of her father, her own way was to create poetry.  The…

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