One day, someone or something comes along and points a harsh bright spotlight on our house. We suddenly notice that the walls are barely standing and are full of cracks. The house we thought would take us through to our future is now in danger of collapsing. >> http://head-heart-health.com/122/the-house
Whispers in the Night There is Nothing I Can Do Death comes to us all so why does it frighten me? Not my own death, Im not worried about that, but the loss of those around me. I cling to them, willing them to stay for as long as possible and yet alwa
Why your self love efforts aren't making any difference : Many people's self-love efforts aren't working because they are following advice based on one of the three love strategies which isn't important to them. Read more >> http://head-heart-health.com/16919/self-love-fail
11 natural ways to beat depression' AND if you need to medicate (in consultation with your doctor) then medicate, there is NO shame in taking anti-depressant medication. Do all you need to do in your recovery.
How to Survive the Worst Thing Imaginable : It's that niggling worry at the back of your mind you don't talk about. The nightmares you have about death and dying. You try to imagine what it will feel like if (when?) something bad happens to you.
The depression stage of grief is deep, raw, and might last longer than most people think it will. Turn to this infographic from a cremation center in St. Louis to learn more about the different stages of grief after loss.