How To Use Humor

Many people think that there cannot possibly be anything to laugh about when you are grieving.  However, they are missing the extremely important function in how humor allows us to vent and it helps lessen our intense feelings. Humor can … Read More

Lighting Of The Memorial Christmas Tree

I went to the Christmas Memorial Service at Brenan’s Funeral Home tonight. It was the first time I went and I just felt that I needed to be there. The joyous holiday season can be somewhat of a struggle when … Read More

Our Shared Journey – December 2011 Newsletter

Please check out Our Shared Journey Newsletter for December 2011. http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Holiday-Season-2011.html?soid=1104263796779&aid=_fSoLR0icz4

CAA Magazine November 2011

Check out your November 2011 CAA magazine.  I have a great article in it about the value of booking your trips through CAA instead of online.  When Donnie and I booked our cruise in the summer of 2007 we had … Read More

Transition – Stages Of Grief

I wanted to understand why my husband died so young, at the age of only fifty-three.  I wanted to figure out why it happened, so I could move on. Transition is the beginning of realizing  that there is no clear … Read More

Self Worth As A Widow

Your feelings of self-worth and self-esteem will greatly affect how well you will find your path.  Low self-esteem and loss of identity are common after the loss of a spouse. You have invested so much of yourself into your marriage … Read More

Letting Go – Stages of Grief

It’s tough to let go of the strong emotional ties which remain after the death of a loved one.  Nevertheless, it is important to stop investing emotionally into what you cannot change. Instead begin to invest your time in productive … Read More

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