May 14, 2004, Newsletter Issue #67: Saying Goodbye and handling it

Tip of the Week

They say there are seven steps to go through to grieve. One of the most heartfelt is anger. By vocalizing your anger, you will be able to work through it and move on to more healing aspects of your grief work. Write your departed loved one a letter - read it aloud to them. Then burn it, bury it or save it. But by participating in a symbolic ridding yourself of anger, you will release a lot of your anger and guilt, allowing you then to focus on the positive memories of your love one you miss so much. This is one more step forward in the journey we call grief.
Allow memories of your family member or your friend, to wrap your heart in daily comfort.

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