Forgiveness – Healing A Rift In The Family After A Death

Topics Include:
  • Death in the family.
  • Forgiving siblings.
  • Family rift.
  • General forgiveness strategy.
  • Meditation / Guided Visualization: Forgiveness meditation.

Ask the Author: Question & Response

My father passed away in May, and I am adrift from my siblings due to family conflict. My father suffered post-op complications and did not want life support.  I told my sister we cannot blame the hospital if no one was with him 4 days prior to his cardiac arrest for his wish not to be on life support.  Consequently, he was on life support 10 days before he passed away. I am having a very hard time with this situation. At this time, suffering with grief and hurt, I feel the need to distance myself from the family, so I can find myself without them controlling me.

– Pamela, Virginia, USA

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