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Dealing with a Breakup and the Holidays

This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Amy Margolis, MA, Registered ASW.  When I talk to clients about facing the first holiday season after a breakup, the first thing I suggest is… “Take the Quotes off the Holiday”… translation: HAVE NO EXPECTATIONS. What does this mean? Let go of the image of “what […]

Steps For Letting Go & Forgiving

This blog post was written by guest blogger, Darren L. Johnson. Darren L. Johnson is a life guide and author of the Letting Go of Stuff products. He works privately with people who want to make life-altering changes personally and professionally. He also teaches private and public Letting Go of Stuff workshops for companies and organizations. […]

Happy Holidays

December 21st, 2012 / Uncategorized / No Comments

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Common Questions About Grief & Loss

Over the years, I’ve been asked common questions about grief and loss.  Having the answer to some of these questions can help you better understand why you might react the way you do.  Some of these questions are: 1.  Does a loss have to be a death of a loved one? A:  Loss can be […]

How Do You Move Forward?

The smell of chestnuts over an open fire, cinnamon and pumpkin filling the air.  The tree is trimmed and decorations are perfectly hung.  Everyone is getting ready for the holidays.  Shopping at the last minute and traffic jams at every mall.  Some get excited about the holiday season.  You think about spending time with family […]

Loss and The Holidays… “Three Dont’s”

This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Amy Margolis, Registered MSW. The holidays conjure up all kinds of images, ideas and expectations for people. The longer I am alive, the more people I meet who get completely stressed around the holidays. And this is not due to the shopping, hustle and bustle. People […]

Coping With Loss During the Holidays

This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Cindy Weathers, MFTi. It’s “that time of year,” and the pressure is on. To look happy, to be happy, to have a happy family, to make happy memories. But what happens when you’re not happy?  Or if you’re going through a difficult time.  Perhaps you’ve even […]

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