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The Five Stages of Grief, Turned Upside Down

Graphic designer Witchoria represents grief using gorgeous landscapes

Like the seven deadly sins, the five stages of grief have been dissected over and over by thousands of artists, each with a slightly different variation on the same theme. The problem with the five stages of grief is that … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Finding Peace When Your Heart is in Pieces” by Dr. Paul Coleman

A psychologist brings us back to the individualistic approach to mourning

When you read Dr. Paul Coleman’s “Finding Peace When Your Heart is in Pieces,” don’t expect to get simple, cookie-cutter advice about loss. You won’t find trite tips such as “How to heal from a loss in five easy steps” … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Closer Than You Think” by Deborah Heneghan Discusses After-Death Communication

Revealing true stories and techniques for connecting with loved ones on the other side

Have you ever wondered if there was a way to connect with a loved one who passed away? Better yet, have you ever experienced communication with a deceased loved one? If so, then you’re not alone. In Closer Than You … Continue reading

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