Posts Tagged "tragedy"

9.11 Remembered

Posted on Sep 11, 2011 in All Blogs, Helping Another, Moving Forward | 0 comments

Attacked There is no way for me to explain the magnitude of the tragedy and horror that occurred 10 years ago today. Our nation was struck in a shocking terrorist attack that killed almost 3,000 people and left a nation stunned. On one sunny morning, thousands of people were ripped from their lives never to return while so many thousands more were changed forever. A Nation United Through the immense devastation resulting from that horrendous day, a nation came together; united in grief. Compassion, patriotism, and genuine love became a common theme that bound families, friends and strangers....

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Taking The First Step and Moving Forward Through Grief

Posted on Sep 6, 2011 in All Blogs, Death is Not the Only Cause of Grief, Moving Forward, Overcoming Grief, You Are Not Alone | 4 comments

Grief of All Kinds Grief can be overpowering, it can even be paralyzing. With grief comes confusion, frustration, exhaustion, fear, anger and a multitude of other emotions. The grief that occurs in our lives comes in varying degrees and from many different situations. Grief appears in all different shapes and sizes. Death of a loved one is not the only event that brings grief into our lives. Divorce, separation, miscarriage, mass disaster and moving away from family and friends can cause grief. Loss of relationships, finances, property, innocence, abilities, security and self-esteem can also...

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