Guest Post: Caregiving

Opening the Soul’s Door: Caregiving Excerpt from Leaning Into Sharp Points: Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for Caregivers by Stan Goldberg, PhD. Caring for anyone who can’t care for himself opens a door to your soul that I don’t think is opened by any other activity. The person who allows you to do so is […]

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Guest Post: Part 3 of 3 Reducing Grief

Grief Hierarchy – Reducing Grief by Stan Goldberg, PhD In Part 1 of Grief Hierarchy, I presented the idea grief shouldn’t be evaluated in terms of whose is greater. In Part 2, I introduced the notion (controversial based on the feedback I received) we don’t grieve the loss of the person or ability, but rather […]

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Guest Post: Part 2 of 3 The Nature of Grief

Grief Hierarchy – The Nature of Grief by Stan Goldberg, PhD In the first installment of this series, I presented the idea grief shouldn’t be placed on a hierarchy of importance. I maintained the grief of someone who lost a dog can be as substantial as someone who lost a husband. In this second part of […]

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Guest Post: Part 1 of 3 Grief Hierarchy

Grief Hierarchy – It Shouldn’t Exist by Stan Goldberg, PhD Everyone has lost a partner, friend, parent, job, ability, pet, or object that created joy. It is something viewed as irreplaceable by the person experiencing the loss, but often thought trivial by others. Grief Hierarchy Who would view the loss of a pet as equivalent […]

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