Category Archives: recovery

Pilgrimage to Sacred Places

What is a Pilgrimage? All religions, from the rudimentary to the most expansive, have a common specific place of reference that assumes particular importance for their followers.  In their eyes, this singular aura marks out a territory traveled mentally as … Continue reading

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Advice for Living Without Fear

Sharing a Donna Braziles article with widows…  Fear is one of the worst, and most limiting, emotions in life. It’s also a fact. We’re all unsettled by something—after Katrina and all the hurricanes I grew up with in New Orleans, … Continue reading

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Remember Military Widows

Nearly 3,000 women and men across the country have been widowed since the war on terror began. Taryn Davis, a military widow, wants people to remember those who’ve been left behind.  In May 2007, Michael Davis died from a roadside … Continue reading

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Wise Mind, Open Mind

Six strategies from Wise Mind, Open Mind, by Ronald Alexander, may help you mindfully recover from a loss: Reach out for support. Don’t try to bear your trauma alone. Ask for assistance from your friends, spiritual leaders, support groups and … Continue reading

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