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Our human capacity to navigate the emotional, mental, and physical demands of processing a traumatic event leaves little or no room for anything else. Continue reading
We realized his heart had experienced a trauma and we will need to address the physical, psychological, and emotional aspects of it, just as we had to after the shooting. Although a lesser trauma, the process will be much the same—assessing/grieving losses, dealing with mortality, rejoicing in life-spared, adjusting to a new normal. Continue reading
This note about mourning and the grief process is beautifully touching. Excerpt: “My grandma is living without my grandpa. Parts of her life have expired and she allows them to be as she allows herself to be: to adjust, grow and change, develop, learn, thrive even.” Continue reading
A poem written by Kristen about the shooting at her church, she and her family survived, when she was twelve. Continue reading