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Eric the Oracle on Loss and Separation

By Kate H.N.


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Eric the Oracle on Loss and Separation

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Have you ever wondered why things in life have to change? For example, sometimes people change because of illness or they leave you to live elsewhere, or maybe when special animals or people die, you can easily feel like your world has collapsed. And WHAM! In that instant your life changes, just because of one event. Often you’re left to cope and carry on as if nothing is wrong.

 

In this tale, Eric the Oracle goes to help Tawny Olivante who is desperately upset because his family have had to be rehoused into a sycamore tree because their oak tree home has died. He’s devastated because he feels that his family don’t care about having to move home or how upset he is. He’s almost in despair.

 

You can learn from Eric the Oracle’s chat with Tawny Olivante that the mixture of difficult feelings you might have when things change so much and so quickly is neither wrong nor abnormal. Eric explains how every single one of us reacts in our own ways to loss, separation and changes that are made to our lives, but, that there is definitely a pattern of feelings we all go through, albeit differently. It’s called the grieving process.

 

Through the wisdom of Eric the Oracle, the series of Relax ‘n Learn Teaching Tales offers lots of help on developing self-awareness, managing your life better and finding
happiness.

 

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