Monthly Archives: November 2013

  • 12 Tips

    12 Tips on Helping a Friend in Mourning

    Posted on November 30, 2013 by Cynthia Gossman in Healing To Happiness, How to Help Others in Grief.

    1)      Please don’t say “I am sorry” or “I know how you feel” ·         “I am sorry” makes me feel like I should say that it’s okay and start consoling you.  It’s not okay. It won’t be okay for a while and that’s okay.  ·         “I know how you feel” hurts me.  How could you […]

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    9 Signs You’re Headed for a Holiday Meltdown

    Posted on November 21, 2013 by Cynthia Gossman in Uncategorized.

    Here are nine signs you could be headed for a holiday meltdown, and how to stop the implosion before it happens. I love this article by Sarah Klein on Health.com Seasonal stress  By Sarah Klein Let’s face it. Some holiday-related stress is to be expected. Turkeys will be burned. Flights will be canceled. How you […]

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  • Creative Journaling

    Posted on November 13, 2013 by Cynthia Gossman in Uncategorized.

    A huge benefit of journaling is you are getting the emotions and thoughts out of your heart and head and prevent clutter and toxicity.  WOW! There is something magical (I’m sure there is science and research to support the magic) but for now I am going to call it magical… when you write or draw […]

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    9 Tips to Taking Care of Yourself During the Holidays

    Posted on November 12, 2013 by Cynthia Gossman in Self Help.

    1.  Get a massage.  Our bodies are going through touch and energy withdrawal and a massage can offer therapeutic healing through touch.  Complete relaxation during a massage can touch  your soul as your lose yourself in the instruments of the music.  Massage can release toxins that have built up in your muscles and skin from […]

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