Photo credit: Bing.com I posted this last year, but thought I would tweak it and post it again. When someone we've admired dies, it is a normal human emotion to grieve. When that person happens to be a celebrity, the pain can still be the same as losing a family member. We are still … Continue reading Grieving the Death of a Celebrity
Finding peace can sometimes be difficult, especially when one is dealing with the loss of a spouse.
Death and its entire process was introduced and came to pass as a direct result of sin. I am NOT saying that the death of our loved ones are the result of him or her being punished for a specific sin or sins. But we are all human beings, we are also sinners, and with … Continue reading Why We Die
While going through our own Grief journey, we can still be a huge support to others struggling through their journey. The loss of a loved one is never easy. Although it is something we all must face in life, it can be extremely difficult and often times faced with many challenges. The journey called Grief … Continue reading Supporting Others Struggling With Grief
This is a re-post that I pray will help many others. You are not alone!
When someone you love dies; often it doesn’t hit you all at once. Often times it takes a while to register; your heart and mind are not accepting this event. Grief is a process and can appear at any time, or any place. Sometimes it creeps up on you like grains of salt or sugar. You … Continue reading Grief – The Sugar and Salt Process!
This is a repost in hopes that someone out there will get something out of reading it.
When we sincerely mean the words we pray, God has forgiven every sin we have ever committed and will commit. There is something that we all must remember if we start to condemn ourselves. If we have surrendered control of our lives to God, our-day-to day life will become different. Everyone is a sinner. And the … Continue reading Learning to Forgive: Part 5 of 5
I am reposting this in hopes that it will help someone in need.
Often times family and friends in an attempt to help a person grieving can say or do something that unintentionally hurts that person they are just trying to help. This is why it is so important to write out or verbally discuss the things that are needed to assist us after we lose someone we … Continue reading Learning to Forgive: Part 3 of 5