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Helping a Friend in Grief

A friend has experienced the death of someone they loved. You want to help but are not sure how to. This article will give you ways to turn your cares and concerns into positive actions. Listen With Your Heart   Being an active listener is the most important way to lend support. Your presence and … Continued

Helping Yourself Live When You Are Dying

When You Are Dying   You have learned that you are dying. Terminal illness presents human beings with an exceedingly difficult and contradictory challenge: you are dying, you know you are dying, yet it is your nature to want to live. The thoughts in this article are intended to help you deal with this tension … Continued

Helping Yourself Live When You Are Seriously Ill

You have learned that you have a life-threatening illness. Even if you have the loving support of family and friends, you may feel alone as you question your future health. This article is intended to help you live with your life-threatening illness. Acknowledging Your Illness   Learning that you are seriously ill is a blow. … Continued

Helping Dispel 5 Common Myths About Grief

Our society continues to perpetuate a number of myths about grief and mourning. These myths may seem harmless, but I have found that they can quickly become hurdles in the healing process. This article describes five of the most common myths about grief. I hope that this information will help you overcome these myths and … Continued

Helping Yourself Heal During the Holiday Season

Holidays can be a very difficult time for someone who has experienced the loss of a loved one. Holidays can bring feelings of sadness, loss and emptiness instead of family togetherness, sharing and thanksgiving. Love Does Not End With Death   Since love does not end with death, holidays may result in a renewed sense … Continued