NOT EVERYONE NEEDS A COUNSELLOR ~ BUT EVERYONE NEEDS A FRIEND

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Anyone who is experiencing a painful transition in life needs help now and again. You don’t have to be a counsellor to offer valuable support to them. A family member or friend can provide immeasurable help by sharing a cup of coffee with the person and listening to them talk. Sometimes, however, the person needs […]

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IS IT TIME TO STOP VISITING THE GRAVE?

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My question could bring about a variety of responses. I would guess though that the answer depends on whether you have endured a profound loss. People visit the graves of their loved one because it brings them comfort. It helps them to feel connected to them. And it’s a visual reminder of the reality that […]

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THE RESPONSIBILITY IN SUPPORTING ANOTHER

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Each of us has our own personal development work to do. Each of us has our own emotional and spiritual healing to do. Each of us has a path in life and we are individually responsible for creating our own happiness. However, I also believe that when we heal and move forward in life following […]

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ONE SMALL STEP

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Neil Armstrong was the first man to step on the moon. The world watched in awe as he took that step in 1969 and said, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Armstrong’s work as a NASA astronaut not only changed the world, but it changed his life. He did what he needed to […]

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