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Nov 26 2021

GriefSpeak: No GPS for Grief – Mari Nardolillo Dias

By Mari Nardolillo Dias “I never knew grief felt so much like fear” (CS Lewis) The term “uncharted territory” is ...

Nov 19 2021

GriefSpeak: Thanksgiving at a time of loss and remembrance

By: Mari Nardolillo Dias Thanksgiving 2021 Some of you reading this may feel joyful, (finally, a holiday with family and ...

Nov 12 2021

GriefSpeak: Take the path going forward – Mari Nardolillo Dias

by Mari Nardolillo Dias, contributing writer As a member of several private, online grief groups, I am constantly surprised at ...
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Oct 29 2021

GriefSpeak: What color is your sadness? – Dr. Mari Dias

by Mari Nardolillo Dias, contributing writer “Privilege:  Having the rare opportunity to do something that brings particular pleasure.” Grief has ...
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Oct 22 2021

GriefSpeak: Mediums – Truth or Fiction – Mari Nardolillo Dias

by Mari Nardolillo Dias Angela has been meeting with a medium since her husband passed. He (Charlie) often “comes through” ...
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Oct 15 2021

GriefSpeak: A Conundrum at Death: The “Rally” – Mari Nardolillo Dias

by Mari Nardolillo Dias, contributing writer The Rally is sometimes referred to as “the last hurrah”, “the final goodbye” or ...
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Oct 8 2021

GriefSpeak: Loss of Pet Reprise – Mari Nardolillo Dias

By: Mari Nardolillo Dias I spent a good part of an evening this week sitting in the waiting room at ...
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Oct 1 2021

GriefSpeak: Grateful – A Thank-You note to my clients, past, present and future – Mari Nardolillo Dias

By: Mari Nardolillo Dias “When two people really “meet” it is like contact between two chemical substances- both are transformed” ...
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Sep 24 2021

GriefSpeak: Loss of an Adult Child – Mari Nardolillo Dias

By: Mari Nardolillo Dias Vilomah: a Sanskrit word: “Against a natural order.” As in, the grey-haired should not bury those ...
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Sep 10 2021

GriefSpeak: Thinking Out Loud, 9/11 – Mari Nardolillo Dias

By: Mari Nardolillo Dias Hiraeth: (n) a homesickness for a home to which you cannot return, a home which maybe ...