dealing with the grief of loss
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dealing with the grief of loss

When you lose someone that is close to you, getting past the grief can be difficult and can take a very long time. So, how to you get past that grief without it consuming you? When I lost my husband to a car accident, I struggled for months trying to find my footing. I missed a lot of work, couldn't pay my bills and had a difficult time getting out of bed each morning. That was until I began going to grief counseling. This was one thing that I never thought that I would do, but it has helped me in so many ways. To learn about some of the tools that I have been using to get past this difficult time, visit my website.

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  • Income Inequality In Marriage: 3 Clever Ways To Level The Playing Field

    29 April 2015

    If you and your spouse argue about money, beware. Frequent arguments about money often lead to feelings of resentment and guilt, and they may even lead to divorce. Couples who are able to amicably settle their financial differences, however, enjoy a stronger, closer relationship. But how can you foster such a relationship when one spouse makes a whole lot more money than the other? In addition to having open and honest discussions about the financial needs of each partner, couples with income inequality should find other ways to level the playing field.

  • The Best Fuel For Growing A Better Relationship

    20 April 2015

    The best fuel for improving your relationship with your mate is a blend of appreciation and gratitude. This combination has benefits that will enhance your time together, and your life in general. Differences Between Appreciation and Gratitude While it is common to believe these words mean the same thing, noting the differences between the two can enhance your experience of using them. Appreciation is recognizing or being attuned to the presence of a thing or a person, of their qualities, or their actions, and it often includes element of enjoyment with these perceptions.

  • Emotions Newly Single Parents Experience And How To Handle Them

    13 April 2015

    Newly divorced couples feel a mixed range of emotions. You may blame yourself, your ex-partner, or even others for your divorce. The most common emotions may be any of the following: anger, resentment, low self-esteem, guilt, failure, or fear. Rather than keep these feelings bottled up, you should deal with them head on.  Feeling Angry Anger is one of the first emotions felt when a relationship ends, particularly if it is unexpected or involves someone else.