2012 ends today. What did you do with your time here? Here's some things I did with mine.
Did you use some of the tools for dealing with the holiday? What pieces of the holiday were emotionally successful for you this year? What parts were not?
What kind of presents can you give your parents even after they have died?
This series is being written for TheGriefToolbox.com. You can find the original post, here. How to have a conversation with a parent who's died This one goes out to the people who believe in life after death. Not having a back and forth conversation with direct communication with your parent due to their transition from [...]
If your parents left behind things you don't really need in your daily life, why not put them to good use? You can sell those items on craigslist, ebay or if it's funky enough, even etsy! Put money from the sales in a special envelope and...
Does the thought of therapy freak you out? Many therapists are the busiest during the holidays because many people find it so depressing! Are you convinced it doesn't help? How do you know if you've found the "right" one?
The holidays are not the same if you've lost your mom, your dad, or both of them. It seems like so many memories are wrapped up in Christmas (or Hanukkah), how could you possibly enjoy it?
"I lost my Dad in 2003 on December 23rd. I lost my Mom last year on December 26, 2011..."
Today, you'd be 63. I imagine what you'd look like... or what kind of relationship we'd have...
Do photos of your parents bring you pain or pleasure? Try this if you're having a hard time.