Monthly Archives: November 2013

A Grief Observed


Originally posted on SOCIAL BRIDGE ~ Jean Tubridy connecting with you from Ireland:
C.S. Lewis, who is probably best known for writing The Chronicles of Narnia, was born in Belfast on this day in 1898.  He was one of the intellectual giants…

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Advice & Thoughts On Grief (From the Comments)


Originally posted on Identity Renewed:
I’ve been compiling advice from the comments on my 15 Things I Wish I’d Known About Grief post that went viral last week. There was a lot of good advice, and so I’m sharing it…

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Grief & the Holidays: Tips for Companions | The Grief Toolbox


Grief & the Holidays: Tips for Companions | The Grief Toolbox.

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4 Family Traditions to Start Following the Death of a Loved One


4 Family Traditions to Start Following the Death of a Loved One.

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And For This I Give Thanks | The Grief Toolbox


And For This I Give Thanks | The Grief Toolbox.

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Blessed Thanksgiving Poem – This Thanksgiving I am Thankful for …… A Poem | The Grief Toolbox


This Thanksgiving I am Thankful for …… A Poem | The Grief Toolbox.

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Gero-Punk Celebration: Each Moment of Love is the Whole of my Life


Originally posted on The Gero-Punk Project:
Greetings, Gero-Punk Project friends! We’re celebrating contemplation and gratitude all week long, so please check back daily for Thanksgiving reflections from our wonderful guest essayists. Many blessings, much love! +++ Each Moment of Love…

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