Right now at this place in time I believe much of the world is experiencing grief from loss of jobs, income, savings and sense of self. If you have lost a job you might feel a loss of your self-identity, isolated and alone. These are all feelings that we go through when we experience loss. We all know people experiencing this type of journey through grief and many people are mourning their losses outwardly. We must mourn the loss in order to heal and move forward.
Here are a few tips to share with anyone… Continue reading
Last week I had the honor of speaking with Taryn Davis, founder of the American Widow Project and her partner Nicole Hart. These two women amidst the grief of losing their husbands in the Iraq war, have become dedicated to support the new generation of widows – that of the military widow. They want other military widows to know they are not alone so Taryn produced a documentary DVD about the journey of six military widows, their struggles and sorrow and is FREE of charge to all military widows simply by sending a request to… Continue reading
If you haven’t read the book, “The Shack”, I highly recommend it to everyone. It is a loving story of a man’s journey through grief, faith and forgiveness. He finds strength to face his great sadness and come to a new understanding about life, love and beyond. I don’t want to say more for those who haven’t read it yet, but it is a real page turner.
Today I had the honor of meeting the author, William Paul Young at a book signing event and later that evening to hear him speak. His personal… Continue reading