Posts Tagged ‘grief counseling santa rosa’
Is your unlived life calling to you?
Is your unlived life calling to you? Something’s shifted in the past few months and I see glimpses of it around me. I see women stepping back and lifting the covers on the unlived life, or the parts of themselves that don’t get much time and attention. Some women have been able to slow down…Read More
Does it help to remember that death is inevitable?
Does it help to remember that death is inevitable? Many wise ones throughout history have suggested we consult our mortality (rather than our fears and ambitions) during times of turbulence, tragedy and transition. So perhaps it’s important to remember that death is inevitable for all of us. And by this I don’t mean to diminish…Read More
The Complexity of Being with Grief
Not long ago I made some Earl Grey tea in my favorite mug from Chloe’s French cafe and began pondering what being with grief means for me, and perhaps others too. Sadly, Chloe’s was badly damaged in the Tubb’s fire over two years ago, so the owners decided to close up shop and focus…Read More
What they don’t tell you about grieving and regretting: Wake-up calls
Grieving and regretting often go hand-in-hand. And that can be so hard when you’re in the midst of it, because we humans don’t exactly embrace regret. Instead, we proclaim “no regrets” and expect a life free of it. And yet, for all that, during times of loss and grieving and regretting, we are perhaps more…Read More
Writing Through Grief, Loss and Life Transition
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you. …Read More