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When Sorrow Attacks: Three Conscious Ways to Face Your Pain

By Panache Desai — 2015

Courageously facing your pain can be terrifying. However, when you allow your past and present sorrows to flow through you, pain releases its grip. You’re then free to walk away with greater awareness, love, and gratitude for the lessons that came from your experience.

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How to Survive an Avalanche of Sorrow

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Why Entrepreneurs Need To Talk About Their Mental Health

72% of entrepreneurs are directly or indirectly affected by mental health issues compared to just 48% of non entrepreneurs.

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Is Grief Mental Illness? With Psychiatric Changes, Maybe

Normal bereavement and major depression share many of the same symptoms. And because of those similarities, psychiatrists have historically carved out what is known as a "bereavement exclusion." Its purpose was to reduce the likelihood that normal grief would be diagnosed as clinical depression.

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Printable Feeling Wheel

What are you feeling? Discover more about your feelings and increase emotional intelligence with this handy, printable resource.

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Understand Your Emotions to Grow and Heal

In McLaren’s view, we typically perceive emotions as problems, which we then thoughtlessly express or repress. She advocates a more mindful approach, where we step back and see our emotions as sources of information.

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Repressing or Expressing Emotions? There’s Another Choice!

I don’t know what happened to emotions in this society. They are the least understood, most maligned, and most ridiculously over-analyzed aspects of human life.

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An Introduction to Rest

Some people harbor the illusion that rest is a luxury they do not have time for, but the reality is that rest is a necessity.

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An Introduction to the Death or Loss of a Parent

For most of us, our parents serve as elements of safety and stability, a constant amidst the flux of everyday life. When they die, we lose a tangible piece of that security, which can leave us feeling extremely off balance—even if we knew it was coming due to a long-term illness or extreme old age.

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Learning to Live with Loss

There may be a reason so many people refer to losing a piece of themselves...

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Grieving the Death of a Parent You Were Estranged From

This is what it looks like when you grieve the death of an estranged parent. It’s this surreal thing, where everyone expects you to feel something—yet you don’t. For me, it didn’t feel like I lost a parent, or a loved one, or even a close friend. It felt like I’d lost what could have been.

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