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October 31, 2010


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My Story...

  • My son died, marriage ended and job derailed within a year. (A 'hat trick' of personal loss...) Nearly four years later, writing Viola is one way I’m dealing with the loss and grief—and finding my way forward. “If you are going through hell, keep going.” Winston Churchill

My Resources

  • Dawn Elle Davis
    A friend of a friend and my favorite, go-to reader (used to be cynical of this sort of thing--no more)
  • Opening the Heart Workshop
    An experiential step outside one's comfort zone--when you're ready to figure out what's really going on inside...
  • New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care
    Have been a student, volunteer and now a Board member--it's important work.
  • The Compassionate Friends
    Although not a regular, this bereaved parents group are the only ones who really 'get' it...they're my AA, I'll always need a drop-in meeting every now and again
  • Kripalu
    Not the Canyon Ranch type, this Berkshires yoga retreat is more my speed and always provides comfort
  • The Power of Now
    I so would not have 'got' this concept a few years ago...now I do
  • Michael Melcher, Career Coach
    Thinks (way) beyond the aptitude test and resume tip schtick of the typical career coach...he's fun, intuitive and results-oriented
  • The Year of Magical Thinking, Joan Didion
    Didion observes her grief while living it--brilliant
  • Grief is Good
    A different kind of grief site--write a message to your dead (stopped publishing June '08...too bad)
  • Pema Chodron
    Going deeper into meditation and Buddhist thinking--Pema's deep, profound
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