Grief Archives : Kate Murphy Therapy
Kate Murphy, LCSW specializes in working with people suffering from anxiety and depression, and provides couples therapy including premarital counseling in the Atlanta metro area of Norcross, GA at the Pathway Center for Psychotherapy.
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Grief

Ambiguous Loss: Living with the Pain of Uncertainty Before I was a therapist, I had not heard the term ambiguous loss. I know now that I experienced it. Ambiguous means inexplicable. These ambiguous losses of mine were deeply felt for many...

Is there something that happened in your past that you cannot stop thinking about? An incident or relationship that continues to feel deeply sad, shameful, or distressing?  The past shows up through rumination, nightmares, or flashbacks. The experience may be...

Mother's Day Gratitude and Grief Depending on your relationship with your mother, Mother's Day may bring authentic feelings of gratitude, more complicated feelings, or both. If your mother is absent from your life, grief is likely to be experienced too. Growing up,...

I recently shared a meme from Nicole Arzt, LMFT's hilarious and irreverent Instagram feed psychotherapymemes.  It said, "Friendly reminder that therapy is still effective even when everything in life is going well. Y'all ever run a Roomba on a 'clean'...

It wasn't that bad. Four words that make a story small and minimize an experience. It can be helpful in the moment and hurtful in the long run. It wasn't that bad We reduce an experience when we say, "It wasn't that...

Our pets are an important part of our life so when they die it's really painful. In the United States, we spend around $72 billion on our pets annually. According to a survey done by TD Ameritrade, Millennials expect to...