grief

Mourning a Breakup

Like any situation where you lose a loved one, mourning a breakup can be very complicated. Many people, at the end of a relationship, have a series of emotions that they can’t control. This is especially true if the decision…

Grief Doesn’t Heal Without Acceptance

After the death of a loved one or a breakup, among many other situations that can happen, we all agree on one thing: we all feel grief. But sometimes we get stuck in that stage. We forget that grief doesn’t…

Myths about grief: traps when managing loss

There is as much grief as there are important losses, and every person goes through it differently. However, as it happens with other phenomena, there are some myths about grief that should be clarified, especially because they condition the emotions…

Grief Relapse: when we Can’t Move On

Relapses of grief happen more often than you would think. Far from seeing it as a setback, we should think of it as a normal part of the grieving process. Taking two steps back can be the best way to get…

Black Mirror And The Death Of A Loved One

Black Mirror is a British series with completely independent episodes – not even the actors are the same. It is not an anthological series in the style of American Horror Story, but each episode is like a short film, with…

5 Gestalt Techniques For Personal Growth

Gestalt techniques help us focus on our present life to encourage self-realization and make better decision, as well as grow on a personal level in a freer way more consistent with our needs. We all have the right to build…

When I’m Sad, I Need Empathy, Not Ignorance

Being empathetic towards your own sadness is sometimes hard. First of all, empathizing with the sadness we feel would mean admitting it exists at all. It would imply not being ashamed of it and not beating ourselves up for its existence.…