Whether you’ve lost a close loved one, a relationship, or the life you wanted, those losses have to be grieved, and one of the side effects is anger. So, we have to find a way to express our anger that helps us heal, but doesn’t cause others the need to. … More Anger…and what to do about it.
It may be hoping a spouse will change and recommit to a marraige, and they don’t. It may be a job that we truly want and don’t get. Even though some things very dear to our hearts are denied, let’s not lose hope. … More “But why, God?”
I was ashamed of how her death made me feel: vulnerable, envious, weak, emotional, cynical, fearful, angry, anxious. … More Letting People In
Vulnerability was God’s idea. Think of yourselves the way Christ Jesus thought of himself. He had equal status with God but didn’t think so much of himself that he had to cling to the advantages of that status no matter what. Not at all. When the time came, he set aside the privileges of deity … More Not Guilty
Working through the Loss of Spouse is so difficult to understand. This workshop is full of practical tips and guidance.
… More Loss of a Spouse Workshop
The path ahead following a crisis in our life like death, divorce, illness, job loss…you name it, it’s hard. It’s lonely. It’s full of unknowns, full of unanswered questions. How will I make it? … More Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety
“If it would be good for he and his wife for her health to be restored, then it would be. ” … More Hope during Illness
She was just starting out and finding success.
Then her mom died and everything changed. … More Rashida Namulondo uses Poetry to Heal
“The very best thing about GriefShare is that you find out that you’re not crazy and you’re not alone.”
… More Help for Handling Grief