What helps when a person is sad?

What helps when a person is sad?

Posted on June 4, 2021 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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Some things are so simple that it’s easy to doubt their ability to help. In times of trouble, it is often the little things that make all the difference. Chicken soup when you feel a cold coming on, a hug, and a warm chocolate chip cookie all make a person feel better. Even though they […]

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Top three priorities for those who are grieving

Top three priorities for those who are grieving

Posted on March 19, 2021 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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When a person is in the midst of grief, taking care of themselves can get lost in the mayhem. There really are so many things to do. Eating well, exercise, and even sleep just don’t seem that important. The reality is that grief takes a lot of energy. Self-care might just be the most important […]

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Finding YOUR Joy

Finding YOUR Joy

Posted on December 26, 2020 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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Even months after the funeral it’s not uncommon to feel just not exactly right. We all lose our way from time to time. Things happen and we can’t find our JOY. It’s not really so much gone, as it is misplaced. Life feels dull and the days seem to drag.  No matter what the circumstances, if […]

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Moving after a spouse dies?

Moving after a spouse dies?

Posted on October 30, 2020 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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One of the realities of losing a spouse or a parent is the impact that event has on living arrangements. Are we living in the “right” place? Is the house too big? Is it too far away from family? Will my surviving parent be safe where they live? Should I move to be closer to […]

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