Category Archives: Radical Grieving

Excerpt from New Book: Grieving With Less Pain

I’m still in my post-birth euphoria phase, buzzing with excitement about having birthed my new book, 25 Practical Uses for Radical Forgiveness: A Handbook for Solving the Problems and Challenges of Everyday Life In a New Way. The eBook version … Continue reading

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Sandy Hook Revisited – How We Can Help

Knowing the kind of profound relief that Radical Forgiveness can provide, I only wish it were possible that the parents and families of those who were killed could experience it now. But it is far too early for that. Radical … Continue reading

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Radical Grieving: The Pain of Loss

There is probably no greater pain of separation than that which we feel at the death of a loved one.  We suffer it even more intensely if the death itself is untimely, unexpected or tragic.  It is not always about … Continue reading

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