July 19th, 2015 | By: Amy Morin
As a psychotherapist I’ve always had an interest in mental strength, but my interest in the subject became personal when I experienced a series of losses. In 2003, mt mother passed away suddenly from a brain aneurysm. Then, on the third anniversary of her death, my 26-year-old husband died of a heart attack. A few years later, my father-in-law was diagnosed with terminal cancer and I found myself thinking things like “Why do I always have to lose everyone? This is isn’t fair.” But ultimately, I knew that way of thinking wasn’t going to be helpful. Read the rest of the article here.