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In Sickness and in Health

May 1, 2020

This little phrase that’s tucked into wedding vows carries little meaning when you are young and standing in front of the officiant with your beloved. And yet, it’s a solemn promise to love and support your spouse, no matter what. I’ve married twice now, both times to men who seemed healthy enough at the time.…

Can You Really Die of a Broken Heart?

March 24, 2017

“Awake, my dear. Be kind to your sleeping heart. Take it out into the vast fields of Light and let it breathe.” ~ Hafiz I’m writing this at the end of 2016, which carried the sad news of the death of Carrie Fisher. She left us all too soon at the age of 60 – and what was tragically…

Myths About Grieving and Loss

January 7, 2017

The attitude towards grief in mainstream America is often one of impatience. Many of us are uncomfortable with acknowledging our emotions, especially the negative ones. If you think about it, grief is just downright inefficient. Grief gets in the way of “business as usual,” because it’s the reaction to our lives being turned upside down…

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