Grief

Not Guilty? Get Over It! | Tips on How to Forgive Casey Anthony

Can we get over it? Can we forgive?

The controversy of the Casey Anthony trial has caused a plethora of reactions over the course of three years. The trial is over, however, emotions are still raging. As we process moments of confusion, uncertainty, and anger, another thought comes to mind: Can we forgive? The social media

Can America Find Closure for Caylee? | 3 Tips to Cope with Grief | Caylee’s Law

Can America Find Closure for Caylee? | 3 Tips to Cope with Grief and Tragedy

Mourning the loss of a child is a burden that no parent should have to bare. Although Casey Anthony was found not guilty of the murder of her two-year-old daughter.  Americans across the country are angry at the loss of such

Is Casey Anthony a Psychopath? | What’s Next for Casey Anthony

Casey Anthony was sentenced today for 4 consecutive 1 year sentences plus $4000 in fines and payment for prosecution costs!  If she does not appeal she could possibly by released sometime this year due to time served, good behavior and other credits.  People around the world are watching with fascination to see what Casey Anthony

By |July 7th, 2011|Adults, Anger, Anxiety, Blog, Depression, Family, Grief, Sexual Abuse|0 Comments

Does Rihanna’s Man Down Video Encourage Murder | Tips for Rape Victims

Does Rihanna’s new video ‘empower’ women or promote murder?

Rape is a terrible experience for anyone to endure, but is murder the answer? R&B superstar Rihanna released her latest single, ‘Man Down,’ by suggesting that premeditated murder is the answer to rape. The edgy video features Rihanna’s character shooting the perpetrator to death in the middle

Adjusting to Life Without Oprah – 3 To Do’s | Adjustment Disorder

“You and this show have been the greatest love of my life.”…Oprah’s words to her millions of viewers in 150 different countries during her finale show yesterday.

So it is no wonder that for the past 25 years many, many people have grown to believe she is their friend, that she loves them, they trust her

By |May 26th, 2011|Adults, Anxiety, Blog, Grief, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)|0 Comments

Japan Tsunami | 6 Tips for Coping with Stress & Trauma

Are you completely overwhelmed with shock and stress as you watched the horrific destruction from the earthquake in Japan that unleashed a 23 foot Tsunami?  The Tsunami moved faster than a jetliner at 500 miles an hour (10 miles per minute) causing more destruction in Hawaii, and effected the West Coast of California.  Additionally, radiation