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Facing Fear - Living without regret

Recently, a woman who had lost her mother and father in the last two

years expressed how tired she was of always feeling anxious and fearful.

Her losses had brought home the fact that the people she loved were

all going to die. It could be anytime and anywhere. The possibility of

facing the loss of her husband or one of her children was constantly

invading her thoughts. She was tired and stressed all the time.



Her words were all too familiar. They brought me… Continue

Added by In Time Of Sorrow on November 20, 2010 at 6:54am — No Comments

The Healing Power of Forgiveness by Mary Zemites

When we suffer the death of someone we love, we experience mental,

emotional and physical distress. In this fragile state, it is likely

that we will feel resentment, indignation or anger. Sometimes these

feelings may be the result of a perceived offense or difference with

someone we know. Even, perhaps, with our deceased loved one.



During the final stages of my husband’s illness and after his death, I

remember being surprised at the support and kindness of… Continue

Added by In Time Of Sorrow on October 16, 2010 at 4:00pm — 1 Comment

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