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Dianna Bonny
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Dianna Bonny is the voice behind Living on the Fault Lines, a site dedicated to parental suicide, healing trauma and self care resources.
Dianna Bonny is the voice behind Living on the Fault Lines, a site dedicated to parental suicide, healing trauma and self care resources.

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My latest post on purpose. Are you honoring your inner knowing? Do you have the courage to bring that message to life?

The universe is hoping so with all her might.
xo

http://livingonthefaultlines.com/bringing-our-purpose-to-life-after-loss/

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My latest Healing Project Interview with EFT master Marti Murphy. In it, some of the things we cover:
*Interrupting negative thoughts and creating new neural pathways.
The “Forbidden Emotions” and the importance of feeling them in order to heal.
*Unpacking conflicting and confusing emotions that surround suicide: Anger, guilt, rage and despair.
*A tapping routine to use for feelings of abandonment.
*How emotions become more manageable through EFT work.

http://livingonthefaultlines.com/eft-healing-in-the-aftermath-of-suicide-loss/

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My latest post discussing the anti-dote to self-loathing.

"We can go out and amaze ourselves by engaging in challenging, blow-your-socks-off endeavors that simply burn the layers right off, so the essence of our being can burst through."

http://livingonthefaultlines.com/breaking-the-spell-of-self-loathing/

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My latest Healing Project Interview. The amazing and healing power of the breath. It is right under your nose every minute of every day and it can transform your healing path and life.


http://livingonthefaultlines.com/using-the-power-of-the-breath-to-reconnect-with-karen-winter/

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Excited to share my latest Healing Project Interview with Raphael Cushnir.

There are few experiences that bring us in contact with a wider range of painful emotions than the experience of losing a loved one to suicide. While the despair is devastating, the profound loss of suicide goes well beyond just grief. Our conversation explores how we reach a state of profound acceptance with this searing tragedy to begin the process of healing, while also finding deep compassion for ourselves along the way.

Raphael shares his own experience with a near suicide loss and I think you will find his vulnerability and wisdom well worth listening too.
xo

http://livingonthefaultlines.com/emotional-connection-suicide-loss-with-raphael-cushnir/

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We humans are incredibly resilient, yes, but we are undeniably fragile as well.

It is the disregard for fragility that troubles me, and something I hope people will hold close to their hearts during their comings and goings. This, and perhaps the re-introduction of common sense and integrity into the unraveling social fabric of our lives.

http://livingonthefaultlines.com/yes-its-true-your-words-and-actions-do-matter/
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