Heart to Heart will always aim to add a bit more value to its conversations. The goal is always to help you make better decisons that positively enhance your quality of life. While we aren't degreed or licensed experts in this field. We are experienced in pain.
Check out these resources. They may help you navigate your personal experience with loss. In addition to these, do not hesitate to seek professional help. It’s not about moving on, it’s about moving forward.
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If your life has exploded into a million little bits, you don't need platitudes. I made this for you:
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Megan Devine a psychotherapist, writer, grief advocate, & communication expert dedicated to helping you live through things you never thought you’d face.
Men and Grief
Grief is an inevitable part of every human life, regardless of gender. It is also one of the great isolating forces in the lives of men. Male grief is all too often invisible, misunderstood, and unwanted, which leaves many men in the difficult position of having to deal with their grief on their own, if they deal with it at all.
By Rick Belden
What if He cries?
Men with a history of having their emotions controlled and shut down by others typically have a pretty strong innate sense of when someone is approaching them with that intent, and they will close down quickly in response.
By Rick Belden
The 5 Stages of Grief and Other Lies That Don't Help Anyone
The stages of grief were not meant to tell you what you feel, what you should feel, and when exactly you should feel it. They were not meant to dictate whether you are doing your grief "correctly" or not. They were meant to normalize a deeply not-normal time.
By Megan Devine