This newsletter includes resources for help with emotional pain and tools for grieving the loss of a loved one. The resources are free for you to share with anyone you know experiencing loss.
Marriage is hard. Meeting emotional needs, communication, spending time together when you're already maxed out on time... you need help! Check out this newsletter for resources.
Emotional Resilience is critical to anyone hurting and experiencing the pain of loss or a broken relationship. There is resilience against debilitating change - read the article found here.
Resources for Grief & the Holidays. Also includes a great resource on communication in relationships focusing on understand/be understood instead of win/lose.
Every man's question in almost every situation is, "Do I have what it takes?" Included here is an awesome response to this question. In addition, for those struggling as survivors of suicide an article on traumatic grief from suicide.
With the fear and anxiety caused by Covid-19 Karl offers a free 30-minute counseling session for anyone who asks. The article is about living a love-based life as opposed to fear-based.
While our nation has experienced health crises in the past, none seem to have created the levels of fear, anxiety, worry and even hysteria that the Coronavirus (Covid-19) has generated.
The pain of loss is rarely more severe than at the holidays. Traditionally a family and loved one focused time of the year, October - December can be very hard.
When you are grieving there are a number of triggers that make the pain of loss more intense or bring it back to the surface again - whether you want it to or not. Get ahead of the trigger...
Take charge of your own grief journey. An article with specific help on how to heal through unselfish giving, and articles on giving yourself permission to heal as well as healing grief rituals.
This newsletter announced Karl's Peaks & Creeks Counseling practice moving to full-time, as well as a great article on how to understand and create more intimacy in your life.
One of the most asked questions I receive is, "How long will this pain last? When will I feel normal again?" This is addressed in the article in this newsletter titled, "Why Grieving Lasts So Long."