We are all just walking each other home. - Ram Dass

Grief Support Group

  • After a loved one's prolonged illness, relief at their passing is natural and often accompanied by guilt, but this relief shouldn't cause shame. Caregiving is intense, and feeling relief after it ends is normal and doesn't diminish the love or dedication given. Embrace this relief as part of healing and honor their memory while resuming your own life.

  • In "April Grief Notes: Learning to Forgive," coping with death through forgiveness and practical steps like writing letters and seeking support. It emphasizes the significance of self-forgiveness and acknowledges the healing influence of time.

  • In a world brimming with clichés and familiar sayings, this article acknowledges their common use in describing various situations. It also highlights how, despite good intentions, these clichés can sometimes worsen discomfort, particularly in moments of grief. 

  • The transformative insight that "grief is just love with no place to go" resonates, emphasizing the struggle to express love in the absence of tangible actions, particularly during significant firsts like holidays and anniversaries.