Mindfulness and Grief with Heather Stang


If you’re interested in incorporating mindfulness practice into your daily life, this is a perfect beginners guide for grief and mindfulness.

Grief and Not Wanting to Be Alive


Here are a few signs that may indicate your thoughts, or the thoughts of someone you’re concerned about, are turning from normal grief toward dangerous suicidal ideation.

Normal Grief vs Depression


“Normal” is pretty much impossible to define in the context of grief, but professionals in bereavement education, coaching, and counseling have been trying for some time to figure out the difference between “normal” and “abnormal” grief.

RAIN: Easy Mindfulness for Grief


The RAIN method of mindfulness, is useful in grief for examining, and better understanding, what you’re feeling rather than just having those feelings take over.

Meaning-Making After Loss


Meaning-making can take you from a place where all you see is the bad that comes from loss to a place where you can start to see the “good.”

The Existential Crisis of Grief


In the last article we addressed the question of why. Which is a massive question. Why did they die? Why him? Why her? The other side of that coin is why not him? Why not her? Why not me?