Deck the Halls?-Dealing with Grief During the Holidays

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas? I’m not going to lie. Holidays are a difficult time for me. Emotionally speaking. I’m a bit of a Grinch. I find the season over-commercialized, wasteful and just a little bit tacky. I know, Bah Humbug. There ARE certain things I find charming like: little boys dressing up in clip … Read more

Simple Life Lessons from a Spider

Will you walk into my parlour? Some people don’t like spiders. That might be an understatement. I have a highly educated, logical friend who becomes paralyzed by fear if a spider shares her space. I don’t mind them in the least. I think they are hardworking and purposeful creatures. Industrious. Unless, one happens to be … Read more

8 Strategies to Provide Grief Support During Covid 19

A new grief support reality I have a friend who is driving her father to the hospital for daily cancer treatments. These treatments are only buying him time and possibly quality of life as his diagnosis is progressive and terminal. Experiencing a precarious health condition in the midst of a worldwide Covid 19 pandemic is … Read more