Monthly Archives: June 2016

Learning from Loss: Inspirational Quote 6.30.16

Learning from Loss Elaine Mansfield, writer and therapist talks about her husband’s death and the rituals of grieving.   Elaine Mansfield writes with a strong sense of place and an intimate connection to nature in her forthcoming memoir. Her writing reflects her 40 years as a student of Jungian psychology, mythology, philosophy, and meditation. Since her

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Managing Grief after Losing a Loved One to Suicide

  Losing a loved one to suicide can mean a very different grieving process from other types of loss. When someone we love takes their own life, they often leave behind unanswered questions, anger, and/or a feeling of guilt that something could have been done to prevent it. It’s important to understand that the process

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The Adventure of Grief: Inspirational Quote 6.23.16

The Adventure of Grief “…we cheat life if we close our hearts…” Psychologist, writer and innovator, Geoff Warburton has spent the last 25 years studying love and loss. Geoff challenges conventional apathy about grief and loss by offering an approach that evokes curiosity, openness and compassion. His approach synthesizes Eastern wisdom traditions, in-depth psychology and

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The Cure for Grief: Inspirational Quote 6.16.16

Norah Casey is not well known in the USA, but is a legend in Ireland. She’s not only a giant in publishing, but spent two seasons on Dragon’s Den, the Irish and UK version of Shark Tank. Her husband passed away in 2011. She was inspired by the famous grief quote “the cure for grief

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Against Grieving in Silence: Inspirational Quote 6.9.16

Against Grieving in Silence Editor: we are going to try something different for a while with AfterTalk’s Inspirational Quotes. We’re going to present a series of video “quotes” beginning with this excellent TED talk by Rachel Stephenson about the loss of her mother.   You can find the full text of this talk on Rachel’s

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