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by Rachel Kodanaz

Treadmills are an amazing piece of equipment that you can run or walk on. Regardless of your speed, you maintain a forward momentum. The... more

by Rachel Kodanaz

While sitting on the beach watching the waves from the ocean, I thought about grief and how it comes and goes just as the waves do.... more

by Rachel Kodanaz

It might be the time in your journey to spend less time with Eeyore and more time with Winnie the Pooh. Surround yourself with upbeat... more

by Rachel Kodanaz

There are so many different forms of anchors. An anchor can hold a boat in place while it is floating in water. An anchor can finish a... more

One of our members, Rachel Kodanaz has published a new book,... more

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by Rachel Kodanaz

Looking over a harbor in the morning, you may find the sun’s rays struggling to shine through the early morning fog—a beautiful sight,... more

by Rachel Kodanaz

What is your perfect day?

My perfect day is a little “me” time: going for a run or hike, catching up on a bit of paper that is on... more

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Watching Alexis Walker, with a broad smile on her face, cantering across a field on a horse, it is hard to believe she is in the middle of a grief therapy session, but that’s what is happening.Alexis, of Melbourne, Ky., is one of 17 children between the ages of eight and... more

By Rachel Kodanaz

Yes. Yes. Yes.

And everyone around you will or should listen. Many of us talk about our grandparents who passed away years ago,... more

by Rachel Kodanaz

I found grief to be a refuge, a safe haven where I could be with my deceased husband. I was protected from the outside world as I hid in... more

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