Tag Archives: Processing Grief

Album Review: “Emotional Cleansing: Feminine Sound Practice with Peruquois”

Primordial voice of Peruquois aids catharsis of stuck emotions

Have you ever felt so overwhelmed by an emotion that your body gets tense and your voice box literally closes? Have you felt tightness in your throat, a dry mouth, fatigue or digestive upset as a result of emotional impact? … Continue reading

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Our Weekly Tip: Try Hypnosis For Complicated or Chronic Grief

Hypnosis works with the subconscious mind to help you move through grief

Our Tip of the Week:  Grief is the natural emotional response to loss, and the temporary painful emotional states that typically arise while you’re grieving are actually your psychological tools for processing the loss. Though the anxiety, helplessness, anger, and sadness … Continue reading

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Our Weekly Tip: Use the Hierarchy of Needs to Overcome Grief

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs pyramid helps you handle the basics first

Our Tip of the Week: When you’ve experienced a loss, it can be difficult to take care of yourself in the aftermath. Failing to take care of your own needs may lead to depression and loss of self-identity in the long … Continue reading

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Our Weekly Tip: Navigate Grief with this Simple List-Making Exercise

Find your own path through grief with a list of lessons from your loved one

Our Tip of the Week: Grief is a multi-faceted experience that is as complex and unique as each relationship. Thanks to the groundbreaking work of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and many others, we know that the grief journey includes a wide array … Continue reading

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Simon and Garfunkel Record a Haunting Folk Song

That speaks of a loss confronted by the "Sounds of Silence"

“Sounds of Silence,” recorded by Simon and Garfunkel in 1963, remains a hauntingly beautiful folk song. The blending of the melody and the words give pause to a stillness that washes over the listener in a profound way. It’s a … Continue reading

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