|Feeling Guilty |
Reverend Phil Roland, group facilitator, writer and grief specialist shares his personal story about grief and guilt. He explains how we need to own our grief and our guilt in order to soothe our inner anger.
|Guilty of Laughing|
Laughter as much as tears are a part of healthy grieving. Ginger Brown, teacher, writer and grief specialist provides insight into the power of laughter in your grief. She shares from her personal experience how her laughter at her husband's funeral helped her see its healing power as part of the grief process. You do not have to feel guilty about it.
|How Do We Stop the Guilt?|
Jeannie Brenner shares her personal story about the death of her husband and how she handled her grief and the guilt she felt. She explains how you have to acknowledge your guilt and allow yourself to work through it in order to come out on the other side of your grief. She shares how she learned to forgiver herself and so can you.