Category: Grief

  • Deep Loss

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on June 20, 2016 | Topics: Grief, Trauma
  • As I woke up the other morning I grabbed my phone and was confused by the various messages asking if I was OK. I quickly pulled up the local Orlando news to see that during the night a dark horrific tragedy had occurred in the city I call home. My heart sunk as I viewed the … Continue reading “Deep Loss”

  • Rememberance

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on September 15, 2015 | Topics: Grief
  •   This past Friday was 9/11. A day remembered by our nation as one of the darkest days in American history. A day so impactful that most Americans remember exactly where they were and what they were doing the moment they heard the horrific news. Countless men, women and children lost their lives that day. … Continue reading “Rememberance”

  • Experiencing Grief

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on August 25, 2014 | Topics: Coping, Grief
  • In working with clients, I have discovered the topic of grief is a tough subject to tackle.  It is typically avoided until an unfortunate event forces a discussion to occur.  Grief had once been described as a step-by-step process consisting of 5 emotional stages: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance.  It was believed that once … Continue reading “Experiencing Grief”

  • Celebrating a Loss

  • Posted by Kelly Kemp on September 30, 2013 | Topics: Coping, Grief
  • As I sit here contemplating all the issues I would like to blog about, something about this day cannot escape me.  Though the world moves on, thrusting its urgency upon me, this day must be remembered.  It was 14 years ago – I had just experienced the greatest highs and lows of my life, all … Continue reading “Celebrating a Loss”

  • Pain

  • Posted by Laura Demetrician on January 2, 2013 | Topics: Coping, Grief
  • We live in a world with pain; intense, distant pain of senseless tragedy and heartache. Pain so close it can eat at our soul. We long for safety. We hope for a place to rest.   Pain in the deepest parts of ourselves. We all know it. We all manage it. Or deny it and … Continue reading “Pain”