Choosing to Connect With Those We’ve Loved & Lost

One more time in case you haven’t read it yet! Please share! Mahalo!

Choice Point: Where Consciousness Meets The Fork In The Road

Today marks the fifteen year anniversary of my mom’s passing.  Fifteen years!  It seems like so much longer, and yet in other ways it doesn’t.  Grief is like that.  It seems like forever since I gave my mom a hug or heard her voice ask, “Whatcha doin’, Darlin’?”  I’m sick with a terrible cold and it’s raining.  As a kid these were the top two reasons I got to stay home from school.  Today I stayed home from work to rest and heal, and I bet my mom is happy about that!

It’s not easy to lose a parent or anyone you have loved.    It’s also not easy to sit with the grief we may feel at the times these loved ones come to mind.  Yet it’s important to feel our grief so that we can heal through it and live more fully in the present.  As a psychotherapist…

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