Ha! No, this isn't me. It's just a guy looking contemplative. I'm on the About page. I wish I was this handsome!
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Megan Devine entitles her grief support book:
It's Okay That You're Not Okay.
It is okay that you are not okay.
Disagreements, fractures, disappointments, loss, absences and deprivations are universal experiences. And so too is love...
There are no exceptions.
Sometimes we need someone to talk with, beyond the
well-meaning platitudes and pat explanations offered by family, friends and confidants. Life is ever changing.
As we gather, we are reminded that Guelph is situated on treaty land that is steeped in rich Indigenous history and home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis people today. Guelph is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Anishinaabek Peoples, specifically the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Crediit First Nation.
Through Between the Lakes Purchase No. 3 Treaty (1792) the Mississaugas of the Credit ceded to the British Crown over 3 000 000 acres of land between Lakes Huron, Ontario and Erie.
I am committed to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. We must all do our part to learn, share and support truth and healing.
We struggle with:
- Death - of a loved one... or not so loved one
- End of relationships, separation, divorce
- Pet companion loss
- Compromise of physical and/or mental health
- Stress at work, career change, job loss, being downsized
- Spiritual /existential distress. Moving away from faith
- Financial stressors - buying and selling
- Moving, Immigration
- Life Transitions - marriage, empty nest, retirement
- Coming out
- Emotional distancing from children as they
become independant, fail to launch, face addictions
- Growing up, growing apart, growing old
- Navigating COVID-19 in our lives
- And many, many more changes...