Depressed, despondent, empty, alone, despairing the overwhelming wash of negative emotions seems unbearable after the death of a loved one. Your feet are swept out from under you in waves of denial, anger, bargaining and depression. How can you break this pattern and accept the loss, allowing the grieving process to bring resolution and healing? Is peace anywhere on the horizon?
When Grief Doesn't End
Despair can halt the natural and healthy process of grieving.
What Not to Say
Sometimes even people with good intentions say the most hurtful things.
Questions and Answers
Leslie's husband died a few years ago. Despite her tremendous abilities Leslie struggles with low self-esteem. How can she improve her self-esteem and make sure her daughters grow up valuing themselves?
What can we do to help those who are grieving?
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Suffering Toward God
Facing their daughter's death forces one couple to answer life's hardest questions.
You Never Get All the Answers
A couple touched by suicide shares their walk through grief.
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