Memorial Day is that day we set aside to honor those who have served in our military and died. Regardless of our political opinions on war and the military, today let us all honor those who had the courage to serve this country with honor. I thank you.
On this memorial weekend many people honor and pay respects to loved ones who have died. I accompanied my Dad to visit the graves of my Mom, my grand parents, aunts and uncles. We reminisced about fond memories, shared a laugh or… Continue reading
This posting is being shared by my new friend Diana Sebzda, Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in issues of anticipatory grief, grief and pet loss.
WHAT KIND OF RELATIONSHIP DO YOU WANT TO HAVE?
When we lose someone we love, it is often our memories that sustain us and give us comfort, unless our memories are ones of regret. How is it possible to have memories of regret?
Think about the last time we had an argument with our loved one and went to bed angry, left the house, or didn’t speak for days. Think about how we tend… Continue reading