I AM Carmen S Gonzalez MS.Ed

I AM Carmen S Gonzalez MS.Ed
Professional Educator, Writer, Entertainer

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Dealing with Grieving and Bereavement on Father's Day

Flashback Memory...

When I wrote this book, it was a couple of years before my dad passed away of natural causes.  We did not talk much, because he was the type of father that worked a lot.  He took care his family.   Now that he is gone up to Heaven,  I wonder if not speaking much was healthy. 

I will always remember our favorite meal when I lost too much weight from the gym.  This I actually cooked myself last night for dinner with just a touch of seasoning, because I thought of him.  My guest enjoyed it and so did I.

I will always love my family, despite our miscommunication at times.  Even when I am busy I will make time for you even through the work load, the best way that I possibly can.  I am sure that dad would love it, if he were alive on Earth. 

  1. The best way to deal with this type of loss is to communicate with someone about how you .
  2. Be around loved ones or make a phone call.
  3. Say I love you as soon as possible.
  4. Share memories as a catharsis.
  5. Do not lie in bed more than 8 hours even on a weekend.
  6. Read your Bible and/or pray.
  7. Getting some sunlight by going out doors at least once during the day.
  8. Keep a journal.
  9. Peruse through pictures of family.
  10. Have a meal and do not starve yourself.

A dedication to family because a bond is so essential especially when they are still with you.

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