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Introduction to the Golden Healing Newsletter

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Introduction to Golden Healing Newsletter #7

Welcome to the Golden Healing Weekly Newsletter.  Each issue will feature a very short nugget about healing and feeling good.  It may be a question, a video, an excerpt, or a paragraph.  It will be designed to take just 1-2 minutes to digest and will hopefully bring to light some aspect of healing and then offer a quick question or suggestion to stimulate some thought, action, or discussion. 
 
The issues in the newsletter will focus on our everyday healing from loss and trauma.   We will not be looking at pathologies but at the normal everyday issues we all experience in working at feeling good.  What is it that helps us in feeling good?  What keeps us from this?  What can we do to maximize the enjoyment of our lives?
 
Each newsletter will also contain an excerpt that from my writing or a video clip from my speaking that is related to the issues being addressed.
 
Please feel free to offer feedback and suggestions about topics.
 
The first issue will be published on March 21,2016.

A Newsletter from Tom Golden on Healing and Feeling good.  Bio of Tom. Online conslts with Tom.

Tom’s newest book The Way Men Heal is available in paperback or kindle.

Tom’s original book on men and healing.  Praised by Kubler-Ross and others.  It is available in paperback or kindle.

To see things in the seed, that is genius.
Lao Tzu

Excerpt, Swallowed by a Snake: The Gift of the Masculine Side of Healing, page 7

Grief is a part of life. We are familiar with our responses to gain and celebration, and grief is the other side of that coin. Grief, simply put, is the physical, emotional, and mental responses we have to a loss of any kind. We expect grief to flow from a major loss such as the death of a friend or family member, but it can also flow in smaller amounts from ordinary, everyday losses. Such losses might be the conclusion of your favorite time of year, a holiday, or being in a traffic jam and late for an important meeting. These smaller losses are examples of what is termed micro-grief. Grief can be related to losses of childhood, such as the loss of seeing the world as a safe place, or all of the unmet expectations, thwarted intentions, or unspoken communications we might have stored inside us. When looked at in this way, we begin to see that grief is an integral part of being alive, a part of our daily living. It is woven into the fabric of life.  (buy online)

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