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Susan Fuller
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(Thu01) Healing Grief – What does healing really mean?
Healing Grief – What does healing really mean? Not getting over it. Not forgetting, but healing which includes weaving the loss into our entire life’s story rather than being defined by one event, momentous though it may be. http://ow.ly/nhdIk
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(Wed02) Healing into Wholeness


Healing does not mean returning to what was before. Healing means becoming whole again. http://ow.ly/nhb8h

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Nothing stalls grief faster than anger, regret and guilt. Forgiveness is the answer you can't force forgiveness. It just doesn't work. What you can do is make room for it to emerge. This is a good start....Forgiveness Is a Journey, Not a Destination http://ow.ly/nh762

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Questions and uncertainty almost always stall grief. Learning the details get the grieving process moving again. http://www.griefhealingblog.com/2012/06/traumatic-loss-needing-to-know-details.html
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 Right now the Grief Heals blogs is #111. If you've got a minute I'd love your vote. if you're a blogger add your own and let me know in the comments.

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Steve Jobs Moved My Life

The world is now without Steve Jobs, and it is poorer for it.

Steve helped create the Apple II, where I first learned to program a computer.

On his early devices I painted, made music, played, and wrote my first stories.

On the Macs of the 90s I became a journalist, and helped inform the world. I learned to lay out a newspaper, to edit, to design, to manipulate digital photos.

I discovered the Internet, and BBSes, and Mosaic and the web, and Gopher and Telnet, and Usenet and IRC, on a Steve Jobs machine.

My first Powerbook powered my college papers and short stories.

My first iMac powered my first digital music and movies.

I learned about blogs on a Mac.

I created Zen Habits on a Mac. I changed my life, and discovered a passion, on a Mac.

I found my dreams through his machines.

I've written countless love notes to my wife on his machines.

I wrote the obituary for my grandfather, on a Mac.

I watched my kids grow up on Macs, and now iPads and iPod touches. We made family movies in iMovie, and family photo albums in iPhoto. We video chatted with family thousands of miles away, on a Mac.

Steve Jobs, who informed everything creative in my life, has left.

But not the light he lit.

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Saw this bumper sticker on my Monday morning biz-meeting walk w/ +Allen Voivod . It's exactly how I'm feeling today!
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