'Belongings' book on bereavement
'Belongings' book on bereavement and this website discuss a simple method of keeping only photos and personal items that recall happy events, people and places.
The key to this process is selling, giving away or donating the belongings that bring back difficult memories of a person, event or an upsetting time in your life. Belongings are important, linking us to our family, friends and work colleagues. Your surroundings, furniture, clothes, travel souvenirs and jewellery are constant reminders of past and present relationships, and the places and times the belongings are associated with.
Anne Jennings can help you create a nurturing home and learn holistic ways to live the lifestyle you desire.
When you live in an environment that is filled with joy, everything else in your world improves.
The sudden death of Dr Michael Chye and his sister Rita Caleo was the first turning point in Anne's personal and professional life. Decades later, after the sudden death of her dance partner Brett, Anne became involved with suicide bereavement. The next turning point in Anne's life was receiving her qualifications in eco-psychology. Anne has volunteered for over 30 years with groups and individuals in the field of domestic violence and abuse.
Some of the suggestions on this website may seem new, foreign, even outrageous. Please read everything with an open mind and try the ideas that you are comfortable with. Please order the paperback 'Belongings' book on bereavement from Wings of Hope www.wingsofhope.org.au and help raise money for this organisation. Quick delivery world wide.
Order the eBook 'Belongings' from http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0994255306
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'Belongings' e-Book and paperback.
Foreword by Diana Sands, PhD
Sort bequeathed items after the death of a loved one, whether it is weeks or years after they passed away. Help when your loved one has moved into Palliative Care. Learn holistic ways to continue your life in a meaningful way. Order the paperback from www.wingsofhope.org.au
- I would like to acknowledge the Quandamooka people, traditional custodians of this land I live and work on.
- I wish to pay respect to the elders past and present whose cultures and customs have nurtured and continue to nurture this land, its people and all her creatures.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples please be aware that this website talks about death and may have images of people who have died.
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