Monthly Archives: September 2016

Grief 2.0 – The urgency of regret

Regret is signature characteristic of grief. Now, that statement may not be terribly consoling for most people experiencing grief, but in many ways, it is forced upon us because of our position in time. The word “regret” has an interesting … Continue reading

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Grief 2.0 – Feeling Lost

I find myself living in a strange warp in the “space-time continuum” as Dr. Everett Brown referred to in the movie, “Back to the Future.” In spite of the fact that what I am experiencing is nothing quite so disastrous … Continue reading

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