grief-recovery-counseling

Grieving: The Honest Response to Any Major Life Change

People talk about the death of a beloved pet, the death of someone they know, loss of friends, or the loss of a job or health, but more often than not we respond by saying “sorry for your loss.” We don't ask what they're feeling. And most of us, when asked how we're...

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Helping a Grieving Friend

When someone is going through a devastating loss such as the death of a loved one, a divorce, the loss of a job, or any major change that affects normal routines, the feelings of grief can be overwhelming. Grief can hit us like a tidal wave, or numb us like a stagnant...

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What exactly is a coach?

The first coach I ever knew was a gym coach. She was caring and supportive, and tough! She didn’t buy into any of the excuses we would offer and certainly didn’t get swayed by our whining. As a result of her winning combination of communication skills, expertise in...

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Asking Powerful Questions

Wouldn't it be great to be able to ask a question when you're dealing with a difficult situation with your teenager, your spouse, or at work—a question so powerful that it turns the moment into an occasion for a new idea, a new possibility, and deeper relating rather...

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