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Why What You Say to Someone Who Is Grieving Is So Crucial

By Jane Duncan Rogers / January 28, 2016 / 0 Comments

“Everyone’s grieving is unique, and only luck helps us strike the right note in talking with the bereaved. ” So said Mariella Frostrup in last week’s Observer magazine. Yes, grief is definitely unique in it’s expression through each person. But do we really depend on luck if we are talking with those who have been…

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Grieving, Guilt and Letting Go: 3 Pointers That Help

By Jane Duncan Rogers / January 12, 2016 / 2 Comments

When your loved one dies initially, your world is consumed with thoughts of them. You expect that, others expect that, and while it is extremely painful, there is a kind of appropriateness about it all. After all, it IS painful when someone dies. But further on, what happens when you feel moments of peace or…

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5 Tips on How to Cope With Christmas When Your Loved One Has Died

By Jane Duncan Rogers / November 30, 2015 / 4 Comments

How to cope with Christmas?  Even the thought of it can be a nightmare when a loved one has died, and especially a partner, child or other person you were living with. I created this infographic as a quick way to help you with managing not just the day itself, but the run up to it.…

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365 Ways to Connect With Your Soul

By Jane Duncan Rogers / November 16, 2015 / 0 Comments

Connecting with your soul can be one of the most important things when you are dealing with loss of any kind.  Sometimes, it can feel the only thing of certainty in a time of massive change. But what about when you can’t find your soul? What about if you feel abandoned by it? What do…

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Death, Grief and Paris Attacks

By Jane Duncan Rogers / November 15, 2015 / 0 Comments

When something like the Paris attacks happen, the words ‘gift’ and ‘grief’ absolutely do not sit well together. They are not meant to. How on earth can there be a gift when someone dies? It’s not possible. In the moment, there is only shock (even if you have been prepared for the death), horror, tears, sadness,…

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The Ten Steps That Make Transition Easier

By Jane Duncan Rogers / November 11, 2015 / 0 Comments

Transition is a time of change and there are ten steps that are really good to be aware of when you know change is happening, whether it is change you have chosen, or you feel it has been foisted upon you. Changes show up in all kinds of ways – at work it can be…

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Trusting, Waiting, and then Taking a Step Forward

By Jane Duncan Rogers / November 4, 2015 / 0 Comments

We can relatively easily see that loss might hold a gift for others. But when it happens to us, in the face of unspeakable sorrow, pain or grief, it’s not so easy to see any gifts at all. In fact the idea just goes out the window as you feel like railing against life, are…

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3 Ways to Cope When Grieving

By Jane Duncan Rogers / October 14, 2015 / 2 Comments

No 1: Open Your Doors to All Feelings Imagine you are a house. Grief (in the form of fear, anger, guilt, sorrow, sadness, despair, you name it) comes knocking at the front door. The instinct is to lock the door and block up the windows to keep it out. But the feelings are so overwhelming…

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3 Tips on How to Cope With Grief

By Jane Duncan Rogers / October 14, 2015 / 0 Comments

This article, written by me, is published in the November 2015 edition of Natural Health magazine (UK only)     No 1: Open Your Doors to All Feelings Imagine you are a house. Grief (in the form of fear, anger, guilt, sorrow, sadness, despair, you name it) comes knocking at the front door. The instinct is…

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The Death Chicks Show – over 1000 views!

By Jane Duncan Rogers / October 9, 2015 / 0 Comments

This interview on The Death Chicks Show was good fun, enightening and inspirational, for me as well as the listeners. Watch it here or on You Tube.

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