OPA Charlie's Circle

Overcoming fear

This is the start of a blog that might be of interest:

We've lived good lives. At this point, we should be able to look back and count our blessings. After all, we have created a community of friends, relatives and colleagues that stretch out more than 50 years. Most of us are excited about the many decades of life that we have ahead of us -- decades that we want to fill with the passions, people and places that matter to us.

At the same time, as we reach our 50s, it's common to start worrying about our mortality. Many of us begin to think about the fact that we may have fewer years ahead of us than behind. Some may even come to fear death, no matter how far it is in the future.


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Here is another interesting blog and podcast about grief and how medical staff might cope with the loss of a colleague. There are some things there that might help everyone coping with grief; you might need to pick out the things that might help you, and it might also help in other work situations: