• What You Need to Know About Murder

    Before you pass by this article because you think it doesn’t apply to you, please think twice. While the massacre that occurred in Orlando over the weekend may not have directly affected you, if you are an executive, manager or anyone who employs others, the following is knowledge you need to keep[...]

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    Navigating Christmas Dinner After a Loved One's Death

    The first few years after someone in the family has died or were killed, the 'elephant in the room' effect can wreak havoc on an otherwise comforting occasion.  The uncomfortable, uneasy almost walking on eggshells feeling of not knowing what to say, what not to say, and how to handle those [...]

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    Coping With Grief During The Holidays

    I joined Dr. David Friedman on his radio show "Radio MD" to discuss how we cope with our holiday grief.  This is a time when you need to take extra care of yourself as we can be very sensitive especially if this is your first Christmas and Holiday season after they have died or were killed. Go here[...]

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    When Families Cause Grief During the Holidays

    With Christmas soon upon us, it would be nice if everyone’s family could understand the grief we are feeling and the intensity of it. Whether we are grieving a loved one’s death, in the thick of a divorce, have been transplanted to another city for work and can’t make it home, or simply have [...]

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    Surviving the Murder of a Loved One

    The recent terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California where 14 innocent individuals were killed who were simply enjoying a Christmas/Holiday party, reminds us that in an instant our entire world can change. I was a guest on LaTonya Moore’s radio show, Real Perspectives a while back where the [...]

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