Tag Archives: grief

Walking in the Long Shadow of Grief

This camel stops at every tent. —a Persian proverb my friend and colleague, Bijan Masumian, shared with me upon hearing of my father’s death Death is inevitable. We each will die. Before that, people that we know die. As you … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Grief

Death is inevitable. So is grief. Yet, we avoid discussing either, rendering ourselves unable to talk about the associated feelings — we do not have the words nor have we practiced how to talk about our feelings surrounding death, loss, … Continue reading

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The Uninvited Holiday Guest

Holiday season brings joy and good spirits — and to more than a few of us, it also carries another, sadder melody of melancholia, and even grief. The emphasis on seasonal gatherings of family and friends also accents the absence … Continue reading

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Links to Help Your Mind Wander This Weekend

Happy Friday! Here’s few links to look at if you like, from the benefits of doodling to introverts to creativity to grief to gratitude…these ought to help your mind wander a bit this weekend. Enjoy! Cognitive benefits of doodling 7 things doodling … Continue reading

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