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Welcome! I am Angie B. Prince, child of God, wife of Tommy, mother of 3, Grief and Trauma Life Coach, Psychotherapist, and Mother Grieving. On 8/2/2006, our precious 19-yr-old daughter Merry Katherine was killed along w/ 2 other teens via vehicular manslaughter. Here I share as we agonizingly process our grief and trauma. Email: MotherGrieving(at)gmail(dot)com. Coaching (Tommy or Angie): Call 865-548-4four3four / Counseling (Angie in TN) 865-604-9nine9two. I pray God will minister to you here.
Blessed Christmas! Spending Christmas without Merry There are no halls decked with holly There are no peop...
He gathers the lambs in His arms and carries them close to His heart.
"What is the premier emotion that a Child-Loss Griever experiences?"
For instance, exercise reduces the stress hormones adrenaline and cortisol. And it stimulates the production of feel-good endorphins.
Plus, “moderate to intense exercise raises core body temperature, which is accompanied by a simultaneous reduction in muscle tension, thereby affecting the experience of anxiety.”
Ideally, you can participate in physical activities “at least five times per week for a minimum of 30 minutes,” said Maura Mulligan, LICSW, the director of the Center for Wellness at Wentworth Institute of Technology.
You might not notice significant improvement in your anxiety right away. It might take regular exercise — three to five times a week — for several weeks, she said.
For instance, yoga is “very helpful in having individuals focus on breathing techniques and quieting their mind, which are useful skills in anxiety reduction.”
This study showed the brain mechanisms involved in bringing anxiety relief while meditating.
Positive changes have even been observed when meditators aren’t meditating.
There is "A Missing" that is ever present and that demands to be soothed. It is an active, living thing that seeks to be fed, if not on a daily basis, at least on an every-other day basis.
Such an environment demands change, and no one would fault the person who makes those changes. They wouldn't accuse such a person of "not moving on."
What are the laws of this Child-Loss land?
What should they be so that we can survive in this now-ravaged land?
"I've made these observations on the intermediate Heaven based on only three verses (Revelation 6:9-11). Unless there is some reason to believe that the realities of this passage apply only to one group of martyrs and to no one else in Heaven --- and I see no such indication --- then we should assume that what is true of them is also true of our loved ones already there, and will be true of us when we die."
"We examined brain structure before and after fitness training and we found increases of brain volume in a number of areas,"
You can reap benefits from as little as walking 30 minutes three times a week.
"We know that quercetin, commonly found in apples, has a great potential to protect against chronic diseases, including Alzheimer's,"
Taking in an eyeful of complex images may ultimately help slow natural brain deterioration,
"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life."
"It appears that gray matter, which is critical for performing simple as well as complex tasks, is shaped by what we learn and by our experiences in general,"
"They're being physically active, mentally active, and tend to see themselves as having a role to play in life,"
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight.
"I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in Me, even if s/he dies, will live."