Archives for Grief and Loss - Page 5

Holiday Coping Tips

I thought I’d write a few words about the holidays and the blues, because this is the time of the year people commonly experience feelings of depression, sadness, and...
Continue Reading

Grief, Grandma’s Way

By the time she got into her 90s, my grandmother was a wise woman indeed. She was wise about life. She was also wise about death. As the youngest...
Continue Reading

Historical Secrets to Happiness

Has the latest fad, “positive psychology,” increased our happiness? Not according to a British author and cultural historian. Positive psychology, defined as “the study of optimal human functioning,” has...
Continue Reading

What is Existential Depression?

When people talk about depression, sometimes they refer to different types based upon what they think may have caused their depression. One such possible cause is existential in nature,...
Continue Reading

Surviving a Life Crisis

That some good can be derived from every event is a better proposition than that everything happens for the best, which it assuredly does not. —James K. Feibleman No...
Continue Reading