Category Archives: Grief & Loss

Exquisitely beautiful, Exquisitely tragic

One of the greatest tragedies of living is dying.  Even in my darkest most painful moments, I have believed this to be true.  Life should be cherished. Every breath, every heartbeat, given full awareness.  Each day brings new moments to seize; … Continue reading

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The 11th Hour

The 11th hour is as dramatic as it sounds.  The final moments before someone takes their last breath, slipping from our world into the vast unknown.  Am I strong enough to weather the storm or the immense quiet of the … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Grief Rituals

I have been promising to write this post for awhile now, but I really wanted to make sure to take the time to write it thoughtfully and with grace.  The subject of grief and loss is difficult for most people to … Continue reading

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