pet loss grieving process

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5 Simple Ways to Cope With Scary, Overwhelming Grief

The grieving process is scary! Grief can feel overwhelming – a mixture of fear, confusion and pain that makes you feel like you’re losing your mind or going crazy. But the craziness of grief is essential to healing. You’re normal if you feel scared of the overpowering, overwhelming rush of emotions that grief brings. Fear not, for I bring tidings […]

How to Cope When the Past Keeps Returning to Haunt You

Perfect timing: today I hoped to write about sending past regrets, mistakes and failures off into the wilderness to be forgotten forever, but I couldn’t find the right hook. Then a She Blossoms reader asked what to do when the past keeps returning to haunt you — and bingo! The path became clear.

How to Move On When You Want to Go Back

Moving on after you lose someone you love isn’t about “getting over it.” You’ll don’t just get over it and you’ll never be the same. But, you will get through it. And you might even learn how to move on in ways that weave your loved one into your day.

3 Ways to Get Through the Darkest Season of Your Life

“The best way out is through,” said Robert Frost. These three tips for getting through the darkest season of your life will show you what this quote means and how to actually apply it. This quote has also been expressed as “the only way out is through.”

4 Meaningful Ways to Hold on to Hope When You’re Lonely

Hope will get you through the lonely nights and dull days. Maybe you believe this – but how do you actually find and hold on to hope when you feel alone, lonely and abandoned?  The easy answer is to create healthy relationships, love, marriage and companionship. Those are good things, but they won’t erase your hopelessness and loneliness. Of course […]

Where Was God When This Happened to Me and My Family?

Death, divorce, difficult diseases, natural disasters – even devastating breakups – are heartbreaking. Asking where God was when Something Bad happened to you and your family is normal. It’s healthy to question God and express your anger, grief, frustration and hopelessness! This helps you heal and build a personal relationship with Him. Here’s what one “She Blossoms” reader recently said: “I […]