Tag: loss

Landscape of Loss

The tsunami temporarily shifting the earth on its axis provided a metaphor for bereavement. The landscape was destroyed. While there was the promise of rebuilt lives and renewal of towns and resorts, the immediate effects were catastrophic and the clean up repair was going to take years. In bereavement, the landscape of a person’s world […]

Disenfranchised grief

No person is an island complete unto themselves. We depend upon each other not only for our physical, material and psychological sustenance and well-being. We even depend on each other to feel real, to experience our own existence and to feel that our existence has worth, significance and meaning. The human need to be seen, […]

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