Posts Tagged with: grief

Chucking the Compost

By Posted in - Life on June 7th, 2020 12 Comments The Attentive Body blog by Elaine Konopka

Late last year, along with my Beloved and the bank, I became the proud if bewildered owner of a house in a small village in northwest France. This house has a substantial garden. I am …

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(Not) Drowning in the C

By Posted in - Life on April 15th, 2020 8 Comments

In times of adversity, it is important to be strong within and sparing of words.

I-Ching: The Book of Changes (Richard Wilhelm, translator)

 

This month’s blog is by far the …

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Death Benefits

By Posted in - Life on February 28th, 2016 0 Comments Get out of jail free

About a year ago, I wrote my first Attentive Body blog post: an article about how to handle getting whacked by life. A few days after I completed it, my mother died. And suddenly …

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Crying: How Much is Too Much?

By Posted in - Life on November 1st, 2015 0 Comments Crying Girl by Roy Lichtenstein

Too many teardrops

For one heart to be crying

Too many teardrops

For one heart to carry on…

— Question Mark & the Mysterians, “96 Tears”

 

I was once in a relationship with a guy who had the misfortune of …

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