During magic moments, there can be a complete peace when we are able to express our “real” self. Here is my story, what is yours?
What happens when a person becomes difficult to be close to when they are sick?
During this audio podcast Margo suggests not taking irritable behavior too personally if someone is ailing.
This video from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention highlights statistics about veterans and the risks they can face for depression and suicide. Let’s learn more how we can help these brave men and women who work to keep us safe, healthier when they return to civilian life.
There are so many ways to remember and honor people and pets that have passed away. Here are a few examples…
How can we know when we will feel better following a setback?
In this audio podcast Margo Rose compares how differently cultures around the world deal with grief and mourning. It can be very healing to learn about a variety of attitudes and rituals. Check out these videos from Mexico, Africa, Europe and the Middle East to see where you find inspiration and comfort. Related videos Many Spanish speaking cultures feel the veil between those of us living and dead becomes thinnest right around Halloween. ‘Day of The Dead’ (Dia De Los Muertos) Celebrations like these are vibrant times where it is believed we can honor and party with our ancestors. Click here to view video Here is a video showing some of the ways death and adjusting to transitions are approached Read the Rest…
How can we take care of ourselves when our loved one is still alive, but struggling or in danger?
Does the word “suicide” refer equally to a person who is sad or depressed, a patient struggling with late-stage illness and a terrorist willing to die for his or her cause?
Does the word “suicide” refer to such varying situations that we need new vocabulary?
Does the passage of time actually ‘heal’ us automatically? Margo Rose suggests we need to take active steps to assist our selves and each other in feeling better following a loss.