Monthly Archives: February 2015

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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Uplifting Photo of the Day is of a Mother Listening to her Deceased Son’s Heartbeat Inside the Donor Recipient

Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
A mother had the chance to hear her dead son’s heart beat inside the chest of the woman he saved with a transplant 18 years ago. Tears were flowing as Vicki Brannon, 56, and Jennifer…

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There is Power in Kindness

I experienced an emotionally charged and physically exhausting day yesterday.  I began the first, “real leg” as I refer to it, of Prolonged Exposure.  I am being treated for military trauma that still affects me heavily today.  As part of … Continue reading

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Just Listen ~ Building a Bridge

Today I watched this Ted Talk by a gentleman named Kevin Briggs.  He has an incredible job, one that takes courage, confidence and excellent listening skills.  His job is to talk people out of committing suicide from the Golden Gate Bridge … Continue reading

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