Blog: Self Development Coaching

October 28, 2018

When life is going well and circumstances are stable, you can face everything. But, when  circumstances are not stable due to a family member's death or other loss experience, it can be difficult to face - to cope with what is going on. It is beneficial for you to have the tools to get through tough times especially when in reality, tough times tend to crop up again and again.

The 3-A Coping Tool: Acknowledge, Assess, Assist can serve the purpose of seeing you thr...

October 26, 2018

"I don't know what to say". You may want to console a close family member, friend or neighbor when you see them soon after experiencing a significant loss but you may be at a loss for words. This is definitely not unusual acknowledging that we live in a culture that has limited time and tolerance for sadness and tears. 

"How are you?" commonly accompanies greetings between two people whether on the phone or in person. Don't you find the response is most frequently...

October 1, 2018

How often have you heard the popular adage "Time is a great healer" offered as words of consolation to individuals who are in grief after losing a close family member to death. Although there are many who do not totally agree rather saying that time helps to manage the pain, it does help to understand that grief is a process.

Grief is not a static event but rather is ever-changing, in reaction to a significant loss. The loss takes on new meaning with different rea...

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