There are many temptations to organize our life around the experience of earlier trauma. But that may short-change the future—which starts by our envisioning something better.
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Holding grief in your body can make healing harder. Grief Yoga is one way to help feelings move through you.
Is grief making Mother's Day seem scary? Make it easier on yourself by feeling what you feel and doing what nurtures you.
Not gonna lie: Even if you've been feeling pretty good, there might be a fresh bout of grief ahead. But this too shall pass.
In grief, we find ourselves doing things that might feel weird. But we are only doing what we need to get through this most difficult experience.
You can banish many of the hobgoblins of grief, but keep your sadness close to your heart.
Grief therapy can be helpful for some people but not everyone will need it.
Personal Perspective: The way we cry evolves as we move through grief.
A Personal Perspective: The day a loved one dies is a painful memory that can be troubling in the long term.
Are other people wondering when you will "get over" your grief? They don't get it.
Exploring grief through the eyes and experiences of a writer recently widowed.
Sophia Dembling is a Dallas-based writer and the author of Introverts in Love: The Quiet Way to Happily Ever After.