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Diane Eileen

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    I am a compassionate intuitive and medium. I help to ease suffering for grieving families.
  1. Poems for my angel

    Such beautiful poetry. Thank you for writing that amazing and heart felt work. God bless and sending you light and love to help you in this transitional time. Grieving is hard, I know. Be kind to yourself and I'm glad you have found a safe place here to talk. Hugs!
  2. He made me look him in the eyes

    Oh My God, dear Paula. This is just too traumatic for anyone to go through alone. You will want to definitely seek some help with this. You have my deepest prayers. Post traumatic syndrome can be very painful. Calling your local hospice or mental health office will be a good first step. In the meantime, here are some music and meditations that can help: www.yourlettersfromheaven.com
  3. My Last Birthday Before I Die

    Right now it's 4:00 in the morning here, and my eyes frankly aren't that great. But I'll keep posting healing music and ideas for you. I've worked as a volunteer for hospice before, and have seen how gentle music can help with anxiousness.
  4. My Last Birthday Before I Die

    For the pain and depression there is a wonderful person by the name of Michael Sealey who produces some beautiful hypnosis and meditations. Here is a sample:
  5. My Last Birthday Before I Die

    Dear Friend: I just woke up to see your post. You are a beautiful soul, and to me you are definitely not a number. You have a purpose which is to remind many of how precious life is. Please don't think of suicide. I will do all I can to help you. I'm here for you whenever you want to talk. Diane Eileen - YourLettersfromHeaven.com
  6. Can't stop thinking

    Dear Friends: I am so very, very sorry for your deep losses. I know when my step-father killed himself, it took a very long time for me to be able to heal. But I just wanted you to know that eventually we do find ourselves again through all of those feelings. I know it is especially difficult when we’ve lost someone to suicide as sometimes people just don’t know what to say to us. They may be so afraid of saying or doing the wrong thing they leave us alone. Please don’t be angry with them if that does happen. In this world one person kills themselves about every 3 minutes. This sad fact will help at least to let you know that this sort of thing does happen, and more often than we think. For advice I can try my best to help recommend some things that will help you as you go through the healthy process of grieving. Right now it might be very hard to concentrate or even get up any energy at all. If you find you can’t remember things, can’t eat, or are very low energy, remind yourself that it’s ok. It’s our body and mind’s way of telling us we have been hurt and we need to heal. Take it easy on yourself and don’t push yourself too much. If you are starting to feel anxious or panicking trying simple breathing exercises can help. For example just closing your eyes and being aware of your breath. Breathing in and visualizing breathing in good positive energy and thoughts and blowing out any negative thoughts. Simply by focusing on your breath you will become more centered, and will help you. As a result of my step-dad’s suicide, I became active in trying to help others who have experienced the same thing. So I actually do volunteer at hospice and am rather intuitive. Through my experiences I learned what books are of help. You don’t need a lot of money for these, you can order them used on Amazon for just a couple of dollars. These books are excellent for suicide survivors. “No Time to Say Goodbye, Surviving the Suicide of a Loved One” by Carla Fine. “Understanding Suicide Grief” by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D. “Angel Catcher” by Kathy Eldon and Edon Turteltaus. (A journal to help you with your feelings and memories “I Wasn’t Ready to Say Goodbye” by Brook Noel Also if you need help and support, any hospice usually will offer free suicide survivors groups. I know Tidewell Hospice is one that does. Please don’t be alarmed by the myriad of thoughts you may be having. They might include being really angry, along with incredible sadness, loneliness, and sometimes just being numb. Grieving and mourning are healthy don’t deny yourself that. Finally I will close in letting you gently know that I am a Medium as well who has helped many survivors of suicide. After hundreds of cases I can tell you there is no “hell” for suicide victims. They are loved just as much as anyone else. So don’t worry about those old outdated modes of thought. God loves everyone, and this I can guarantee. Light and Hugs, Diane Eileen YourLettersfromHeaven.com Guided Healing Meditation for Anxiety
  7. Hi Tidy: I know it hurts when no one seems to call or come over. Often times this is when people really don't know what to say. It's very sad, and I'm sorry you are suffering with grief and loneliness. You are in my prayers and here are some lovely flowers I've found. Please accept these as my virtual healing prayer for you.
  8. Bereavement and Anxiety

    I hope it helps, Izzy48! Just give it some time for the medicine to work.
  9. Bereavement and Anxiety

    Also another wonderful resource for helping you with anxiety and unable to sleep is self-hypnosis. It's available again for free on Youtube. I find Michael Sealey to have one of the most relaxing voices I've ever heard. Please do yourself a favor and give this a try for your anxiety and depression. You'll be feeling noticeably quite better soon. You may want to listen just before going to sleep each night. It works wonders! Really I've used it myself and again many of my clients. Your can always reach me at www.yourlettersfromheaven.com or diane@yourlettersfromheaven.com is you need to talk.
  10. Bereavement and Anxiety

    Hi there. I've worked as a volunteer for hospice and with families who are dealing with strong grief. Please know feeling anxious is quite normal when we lose a loved one. Also when we are stressed with grief we may forget things, and feel goodness we are really "losing it". I have some ideas that have helped quite a few clients and families feel better without having to resort to medications. First Youtube music is your friend. It's free, and you can play it from your computer or smartphone. Here are some meditations and music that have helped. OM Meditation - (Sorry if inappropriate commercial in beginning. It ends quickly.) I hope this can help. Please let me know if you need any other assistance. I am diane@yourlettersfromheaven.com - www.yourlettersfromheaven.com
  11. Open to helping members with grief.

  12. Dear Grief and Guilt: Honey I know this is the worst kind of trauma to go through. I work with clients each week who have experienced a suicide. In fact my step-father killed himself. Just I hope it helps to know that you aren't alone, as every 3 minutes another person unfortunately leaves this life by suicide. Also dear friend know that your loved one really does stand with you and knows your prayers and feels when you write in your journal. I know this because I'm a medium and this is what is relayed to me for clients from their family member. I know it seems a bit odd to be a medium, but it is my life calling. I just try to help people with compassion and caring to ease their suffering and their lost friend and love. God bless. Please also know I'm always here if you just need someone to talk to.... <3 Diane@YourLettersfromHeaven.com
  13. I lost my husband to overdose.

    I am very sorry for your deep loss. I know it's particularly painful when we've lost someone due to overdose. Not only have we lost the love of our life, but it's just so hard to find someone to talk with about this kind of passing. I have worked with a lot of families who have struggled with this. Opiates are taking over this country, and it's just so sad my heart breaks. In full disclosure, I am a medium and just as a result of my work, I wanted to let you know that you aren't alone. Every week unfortunately I have people who call because their loved one has passed from medications, usually quite accidental. I hope this little reminder may help ease your pain that our loved ones all have a path and lessons they are here to learn. When the lessons are finished they tend to return to source. God bless, and if you ever need help you can always connect with me. I am at diane@yourlettersfromheaven.com, 941-993-7105