Tag Archives: loss & grief

Naming Losses to Grieve Losses

A Loss of Friends In August, within a week of each other, I attended two memorial services in different parts of the country for two friends. One loss was the sudden jolt of a 54 year old friend dying suddenly of … Continue reading

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Personal, Informal Maintenance Debriefings

Of all the posts I have posted, “Why you need a Debriefing. Yes You” is by far the most viewed post. Apparently this touched a need. I’d like to revisit this topic with some ideas on how to proceed in being debriefed. … Continue reading

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What If You Struggle with Community

Community Travails A few weeks ago, on a Saturday morning, my wife and I found ourselves with two dear, dear friends of ours over breakfast. It was the usual chatter of kids, heart stuff, life stuff, and movies we had watched. There … Continue reading

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Five Themes Facilitating Ill Health and Ineffectiveness Amongst Global Workers: Theme #2 Total Exhaustion

Feeling a Little Like this Lately? One of the gifts of  engaging so many people from so many regions of the world is observing consistent themes. One of the themes that is always observed is exhaustion. No matter where we are, the people we … Continue reading

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