Author: Mark Liebenow

Creativity

Creativity

This is the last of my 12 posts at The Grief Dialogues,and I am grateful to Elizabeth Coplan for her invitation to write them. The themes

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Strength

As we follow grief’s advice, we discover that we have an amazing amount of strength. In the beginning, we weren’t sure we would survive this

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Choice

Before the death of my loved one, I often lived for the future, dreaming about what life would be like one day, putting off dinners

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Change

After we have dealt with grief for a period of time, we will reach a point where it feels like we are turning away from

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Photo of a Leaf - Newness

Newness

Let’s say we’ve adjusted to the death of a loved one to some degree. We’re back at work. We’re cooking, shopping, and taking care of

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Author: Mark Liebenow

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