“I feel in between two worlds,” a woman whose husband recently died told me. “I know the life we shared is over, but I don’t have a vision of what my life will now be. I look around and see so many memories of the past. How do I live in the future without him?” Liminality is the space between … [Read more...]

Services Pending


“My beloved uncle died unexpectedly from a heart attack, and I am isolated hundreds of miles away,” a young woman told me in our video counseling session last week. “What are we supposed to do? Only 10 of the family members come to the service and burial and stand six feet apart with masks … [Read more...]

Living Losses and the Coronavirus


Dear Reader, Last week I video-visited with my coauthor Tim Madigan about the living losses we are experiencing in this time of the coronavirus. Tim has posted our conversation on his blog   In Tim’s piece you can link to an podcast I did a couple of weeks ago with Michael … [Read more...]