Tag Archives: grief

Grieving secondary digital losses

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. As I write this, the George Harrison forum has been down for a little over six months. I know it shouldn’t be a big deal, but somehow it remains so. I … Continue reading

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Shine e-course day nine/ten: sitting with uncomfortable emotions and redefining food

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. Before I get into day nine, I must say that today is actually day ten, but as I don’t feel able to do today’s prompt, I’m not going to write about … Continue reading

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Shine e-course day seven: Discovering the joy in dance

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. Today’s prompt for Shine caught me off-guard a little, because it’s not something I usually do. I more often joke that I look like a lame duck when I dance. However, … Continue reading

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Shine e-course day four: Comfort

Today’s prompt for the Shine e-course felt almost as though it could have been made for me. I don’t think I’ve mentioned this before, but when I’m low, my instinct is to turn towards other people who will listen and … Continue reading

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Shine e-course day two: surprised by gratitude

  Today’s prompt involved creating a list of things we are grateful for. For me, that’s a great exercise, because I know there’s a lot, but I sometimes forget just how much I have to be grateful for. What surprised … Continue reading

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An article on grieving in the digital age

Hi, friends. This just popped up in my Twitter feed – although it was published in 2010, I’d like to respond. I must admit that it gave me pause, because the writer expresses some interesting attitudes towards ‘closure’ in online … Continue reading

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Musical signs

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. I’m in my usual state of readiness for Easter, but somehow I know I feel better this year than I perhaps have done in earlier years. ‘Better’ is a strange concept, … Continue reading

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