Grief is an invitation to release what no longer serves us, beliefs and baggage,   the invitation to create new rituals, relationships and perspectives. Grief throws us into chaos so we may grow and evolve. Energetically grief freezes our chakras, drains or energy fields and we often feel numb, disconnected, and lost, this is passing. Our…

This month, I have been concentrating all of my content-based efforts toward educating and putting as much information as I can, out into the world, about pregnancy and infant loss. One of the main themes you’ll find, if you’ve been following the content, is that secrecy is pervasive when it comes to pregnancy and infant…

The philosopher Nietzsche famously said, “[h]e who has a why to live can bear almost any how.”  Today, we see a growing sense of unhappiness, boredom, depression, loneliness and, increasingly, suicide.  Several research studies showed a connection between retirement and early death. Many parents, especially the stay-at-home parent, suffer depression when their children leave home…

A few years ago while serving as a Chaplain resident, I was called to the room of a patient who was actively dying. Even though I was well into my second year of CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education), I still felt a wave of sadness overtake me as I proceeded to be with the family of…

The end of the school year is around the corner and it is that time of year again – it’s Finals time. Your teenagers are probably very stressed or getting stressed. There is a lot of things going on right now, Junior Prom, Senior Ball and other end of the year activities. As I stated…