Coping with loss, grief and bereavement is an important part of living in peace. How do we deal with changes in our lives, ageing, the end of relationships, employment, our mortality, death, loss, grief and more? How can we let go in peace?
Pets can be part of our family or the family we don’t have. When illness and loss happen preparing and coping with pet grief is essential. Join me for this week’s edition of my 20min online talk series, Soul [READ MORE]
A broken heart can hurt like no other pain, and it can be hard to mend. Some people can live with a broken heart all of their life, others find it near impossible. The impact can be emotional and [READ MORE]
What does bereavement feel like, emotionally and physically, and how can you help yourself during that time? Bereavement happens to us all, and is not necessarily related to death (our own or someone else’s), but to situations and experiences coming to an [READ MORE]
A letter to my dead therapist was one way of coping with his sudden death, when there was no chance to say good bye, no place to go to grief, no-one to talk to. The death of a therapist can [READ MORE]
Dear Karin, Recently my father died. He had made our lives hell. As the eldest child, I had taken it upon myself to protect my mother and siblings from him. My mother never left him. I cannot grieve for [READ MORE]
If you are affected by cancer (whether you have been diagnosed, treated, or a relative, friend), then you will know how painful it can be, when someone else dies of cancer. How can we honour the pain of the [READ MORE]
The death of a therapist, coach or mentor can be hard to cope with, especially if you have established a close bond, if the death is sudden and if there was no shared ending – no good bye. I [READ MORE]