Light Helps Us Grieve

Light Helps Us Grieve

When is the best season to grieve? Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall?  Of course, no time is the best time. Especially for grieving the death of a loved one. And grief can feel like the longest day of forever. As a grief therapist, I must say summer is the best time for...
A True Man of Peace is Gone this Father’s Day

A True Man of Peace is Gone this Father’s Day

Today is Father’s Day, 2022. My own father, George Kuzma Jr. has been gone now for 25 years. I remember him with gratitude for being my guiding sage. Today is also Juneteenth. It marks the day when federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas in 1865. They took control...
Grief: A Call For Care

Grief: A Call For Care

June’s Science of Mind issue featured a full article I wrote diving deep into the topic of grief: a call for care.  Think about the last time you stopped to admire nature’s handiwork and beauty. How did that make you feel? Troubles melt away or joy bubbles up? Wonder...
Facing Facebook Without Her

Facing Facebook Without Her

In this digital age, a loss is felt in many of the same ways as those centuries ago. However, we also have that added piece of no longer seeing their presence in other ways. Having recently lost my aunt, I no longer see her comments or engagement on my social media...
Reassurance in Remembering

Reassurance in Remembering

A simple practice can help you find reassurance in remembering.  Loss can feel like a missing piece or a hole that never quite gets filled. When memories begin to fade, it can cause that loss to expand in a way you didn’t expect.  Especially on Memorial Day, the idea...
Find a New Direction

Find a New Direction

Grieving comes in many shapes and sizes. What it stirs in you can be hard to face and be motivated to move through. While navigating grief, the aspect you seek most is how to find a new direction to follow.   You may be asking yourself: Who am I now? THAT is the...