Tag Archives: Grief and Loss
Does My Past Really Matter in Therapy?
by L. Chris Cannida, LPC, June 2014 I love waterfalls. They mesmerize me and I find myself wondering about the beginning of each one. I enjoy the streams created at the bottom of them. Sometimes they’re bubbling and rambling over rocks, … Continue reading
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Giving Your Grief a Voice
“Meaninglessness inhibits fullness of life and is therefore equivalent to illness. Meaning makes a great many things endurable– perhaps everything.” – C.G. Jung One year ago this month, just after Spring began, my heart was broken when my own mother’s … Continue reading
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