Getting Through The Holidays After a Family Loss

Several months ago I published an article on grieving – no, I have not lost anyone very close to me this year.  I am, however, aware that many of you have lost a close member of your family.  A few years ago I worked at an apartment for seniors for nearly three years.  Christmas was always an awkward time at the complex.  Individuals rejoiced over family reunions and special … [Read more...]

Embracing the Uniqueness of your Grief

I have previously mentioned that I reserve the right (I am the editor-in-chief, right?) to use Sundays to reach outside of the confines of finances.  A few weeks ago I came across this fantastic article and I thought it would be a valuable tool for anyone walking through the dark valley of grief. The following is a reprint of an article written by Margaret Dearing.  Margaret is a … [Read more...]