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  • Life After the Death of My Son: What I'm Learning

    Life After the Death of My Son: What I'm Learning

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    Dr. Norman Wright relates in his book, “Recovering from the Losses of Life”, “When you enter into grief, you enter into the valley of shadows. There is nothing heroic or noble about grief. It is painful. It is work. It is a lingering process.” The d

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  • Life On Hold

    Life On Hold

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    Since pain and suffering are a certainty for all of us at some time in our lives, do we just confine ourselves to becoming the victim or can we be the victors in spite of our circumstances? There are three things that can assure us of victory no matter w

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  • Living Fully in the Shadow of Death

    Living Fully in the Shadow of Death

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    “What are you to do when grief breaks your heart? You are to admit your heart is broken and accommodate it by grieving. To many it will come as a shock that I, a Christian Counselor, would encourage you to give in to your emotions of grief when a loved

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  • Melissa - A Father's Lessons From A Daughter's Suicide Pt. 2

    Melissa - A Father's Lessons From A Daughter's Suicide Pt. 2

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    If You Are Contemplating Suicide: Yes, your brokenness is real. And Hard. Overwhelming even, especially when you respond to it in ways that only end up intensifying your pain and emptiness. But you, like all the rest of us, were born with a heart, mind

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  • Melissa- A Father's Lessons From A Daughter's Suicide Part I

    Melissa- A Father's Lessons From A Daughter's Suicide Part I

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    One of God’s cures for the loneliness of grief is the hard-fought decision to get up, get out, and get looking for ways to care for others, who—whatever their struggles and situations, suicide or otherwise—may feel every bit as alone as you do. Very ofte

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  • On the Road to Emmaus Part 2

    On the Road to Emmaus Part 2

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    As ironic as it may seem, for some, the Christmas holidays can be the saddest and loneliest time of the year. If this is true for you, don’t hesitate to admit it. It is healthier to be in touch with what you are feeling, and then you can do whatever i

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  • On the Road to Emmaus: A Travel Guide Through Grief

    On the Road to Emmaus: A Travel Guide Through Grief

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    What are you to do when grief breaks your heart? Admit your heart is broken and accommodate it by grieving. Perhaps you are thinking: “What is Dr. Freda saying, because that is not what I have been taught.” To many it will come as a shock that I, a Ch

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  • Please Don't Jump

    Please Don't Jump

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    Family researchers agree that most of our early learning takes place within the family and that our personalities emerge as we attempt to adapt, conform, and/or survive within our unique family system. This process includes at least three dynamics or fo

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