Grief is a process that the bereaved must go through whenever a loved one has passed. And although no life is a greater loss than another, the manner that one dies can have a major impact on how family and friends deal with death. People tend to handle death better if it was expected. But … Continue reading Things You Never Say to Those Grieving a Death by Suicide
The thing about holidays or celebrations is that they do come to an end. And regardless of how we had to pretend or struggle to get through them, the aftermath places us back into our realities. The reality is that if you were feeling some type of way before this past weekend, the reason did … Continue reading How to Get Released Out of Your Situation
Last night, while winding down from a long day, I had an opportunity to catch up on a couple of my favorite shows: NCIS and NCIS Los Angeles (LA) Since the original NCIS recently celebrated its 300th episode after being on the air for almost 13 years, I have been even more intrigued to … Continue reading Manipulation of Disconnection
This past weekend a lot of lines stopped working. The winter storms hit the regions and caused power outages, little to no phone reception and stranded vehicles. Meteorologists have declared it a historic storm. It interrupted millions of lives and caused many to be disconnected from every day basic necessities or what our society has … Continue reading Do You Have A Life Line?