Tag: grief and loss

November 27, 2016 Kerry Sutton

“Each of the four times I have received a life-altering diagnosis, I have felt like a healthy person who has been accidentally drop-kicked into a foreign country: I don’t know the language, the culture is unfamiliar, I have no idea what is expected of me, I have no map, and I desperately want to find my…

July 10, 2016 Kerry Sutton

“Never fear shadows. They simply mean there’s a light shining somewhere nearby”. ~ Ruth E. Renkel I was really inspired sometime ago by Cloris Kylie Stock’s excellent article on coping with divorce. She will inspire you with her own story and the positive impact it had on her life.  Nearly a third of all marriages in Australia end…

January 1, 2016 Kerry Sutton

“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer”. ~ Albert Camus. If you or a loved one is struggling with grief you may have noticed a tendency to push it down, push it away, or even deny its reality. You might be grieving because of the devastating…