Stage 2 of Grief: Anger In the painful suffering of great loss, denial eventually cannot be maintained as the truth of a situation is just too substantial to avoid any
We know what has happened, why denial? Whether you have received a diagnosis or lost a loved one, the temporary defense we use to dull the blow is called denial.
Animals in the form of our beloved pets don’t discriminate between nice people and grumpy ones. They throw their joy at you like guests throw confetti at weddings, and when
You don’t need a religious affiliation to recognise a sense of soulfulness in the life we live. Confronting our mortality draws this soulfulness up to the surface like a turtle
Are we depressed, or do we have a mental illness called ‘Clinical Depression’? There can be some confusion over this at times. Another word for depression is melancholy and this