July 2018


Life Changes


​The death of a loved one may be one of the most difficult experiences we go through. Life changes forever.  

Many have the responsibility of dealing with legal matters, insurance companies, utility and medical bills and the task of cleaning out an apartment or house. Sorting through 30, 40 or 50 years of accumulated items can be overwhelming and so exhausting. Grief can wreak havoc on you mentally, physically and spiritually—your entire being. 
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July 24 2018


What’s on Your Grief Playlist?


​What would we do without music? It accompanies happy and sad times alike. It inspires us to move, and supports us in our tears. It is tied to our memories, and can change our mood in an instant. Music often expresses exactly what we are feeling, even when we are not able to.


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July 24 2018


A Child’s View: Remembering...


​Sometimes, when we miss a loved one who has died, we think that remembering will make us feel worse.  But, it depends on which memories you choose.  In the beginning, we do think of Dad’s slow decline, Abuela’s illness, sister’s funeral or a pet’s last day. The sad times are fresh in our minds because those are the last memories we have.


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July 24 2018


Book Review: Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy, by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant


After the sudden death of her husband in 2015, Sheryl Sandberg was faced with the task of moving on with her life without her beloved partner. The Facebook COO and author of Lean In catalogs her grief journey in her new book Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy


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July 24 2018

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