Truths About the Mysteries of Life

By Delain Johnson on November 18, 2016

How much of your life is a mystery? Pretty much 100%, wouldn’t you say? Because, you don’t know what is going to happen to you in your everyday life. You don’t know who you will meet; who and when you will marry and you don’t know whether it will end in divorce or how many […]

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Navigating The Logistics of Loss

by Delain Johnson on September 12, 2016

http://www.lifewithoutjudgment.com/single-post/2016/09/11/Navigating-the-logistics-of-loss -Sarah Lyman Kravits September 11, 2016

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Brene Brown: Listening To Shame

by Delain Johnson on June 3, 2016

Definition of Shame:   noun noun: shame 1. a painful feeling of humiliation or distress caused by the consciousness of wrong or foolish behavior.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psN1DORYYV0   Shame is an unspoken epidemic, the secret behind many forms of broken behavior. Brené Brown, whose earlier talk on vulnerability became a viral hit, explores what can happen […]

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Against Grieving in Silence - Rachel Stephenson - Ted Talk

by Delain Johnson on February 2, 2016

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What's Your Grief?

by Delain Johnson on January 27, 2016

When Your Best Friend Dies We got an email last week from someone who lost a friend.  Not just any friend, her best friend.  The kind of friend that is family.  You know the kind of friend I mean.  Here is a little clip from her email: I have had a terrible time finding anything online […]

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Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Week

by Delain Johnson on January 21, 2016

Kevin is using his story to spread suicide prevention awareness with his film, Suicide: The Ripple Effect, found at suicidetherippleeffect.com. Share your story about how suicide has affected your life on their Facebook page.

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Therapy Links

by Delain Johnson on September 8, 2015

MISS Foundation We recognize that the death of a child at any age is one of life’s most tragic experiences; We honor the sacredness of every member of the family; We value integrity, kindness and respect in all we do; We provide mindful, compassionate and respectful care of others and ourselves; We embrace the commitment of […]

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Talk The Talk: 10 Tips For Starting Therapy

by Delain Johnson on September 8, 2015

Talk the Talk: 10 Tips for Starting Therapy By Drew Coster A friend of mine recently told me about her experience of starting psychotherapy. She said she would have liked a list of pointers to help her understand what she was getting into before she started. That sounded like a good idea to me. It’s not uncommon […]

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