The Rhythm of Grief
- Boulder, Colorado,
- January 07
- Writer, Blogger, Motivator
- Tanja Pajevic, Inc. http://www.TheRhythmofGrief.com and http://RebootThisMarriage.com
- Hi there! I'm a writer/mother/blogger/ instructor currently working on a grief project, a children's book and a book about rebooting my marriage. I've taught at the University of Colorado at Denver, Indiana University and the Community College of Denver, and I also work as a consultant as well as teach independent writing workshops. Right now, my passion is helping bring back a culture of grief to the U.S.
Good to meet you!
P.S.: Here are the official sites if you're interested:
The Rhythm of Grief
Grief support. Grief wristbands.
Reboot This Marriage.
Two adults. Two kids. One year to reboot this marriage.
Free report, 13 Ways to Reboot Your Marriage: http://eepurl.com/mnQOT
MY RECENT POSTS
- By Mourning Robin Williams,
We're Also Mourning Our Own
August 16, 2014 05:46PM
- Notes from the Colorado Flood
September 25, 2013 01:59PM
- Permission to Grieve
August 30, 2013 01:40PM
- Enough of the Fighting,
July 02, 2013 10:48AM
- Let's Hear it for the Boys
June 12, 2013 05:37PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “Thanks, Marytkelly, I
really appreciate it. I really
your piece on the
September 26, 2013 12:01PM
- “Vzn, I believe they're
calling it a 1000 year
September 26, 2013 09:52AM
It's such a
different experience when it's
September 25, 2013 08:54PM
- “Love and goodwill to you
and yours, too, Fred!”
September 25, 2013 08:49PM
- “Thanks, Just Thinking! I
love that photo, too--to see
great, big aching
September 25, 2013 08:48PM
Tanja Pajevic's Links
So far, I haven’t said anything about Robin Williams’ death because I haven’t had much to add. But after reading a few awesome blog posts today, I found myself thinking about this whole idea of public grief and what we choose to do with it. Brene Brown’s post… Read full post »
As most of you know, Colorado was hit by massive flash flooding a little over a week ago, wrecking havoc across the state. Ken and I were lucky, with only a few inches of flooding in the basement. I wish I could say that was the case for… Read full post »
It’s been eight months since my mom passed away and one of the things I still struggle most with is giving myself permission to a) feel my grief when it comes up and b) do whatever it is I need to do to take care of myself.
As a former revolutionary freedom-fighter (ha! in my mind, maybe) I can be way rougher on Ken than I need to be. Or at least way rougher than some of my friends.
Then I read a couple of articles that helped me put things into perspective. The first… Read full post »
With Father’s Day right around the corner, I’d like to take a few minutes to celebrate our men. Because as much as we complain about them, do we really ever tell them how much we appreciate them?
Why is that?
Well, I think it’s because we expect way too much… Read full post »
If there’s one thing I’ve learned this last year, it’s that most of our problems revolve around a basic—but devastating—assumption: when things fall apart, our upset can almost always be traced back to the underlying feeling that we're not being seen or heard. That… Read full post »
Frustrated and pissed off at your spouse? Wondering how you’ll get through another stressful, jam-packed holiday season?
Sure you are. We all are. It’s tough enough to stay on top of things during normal times, but how are you supposed to do that during times of high-stress… Read full post »
So how many times have you gotten angry--I mean really pissed--at your spouse? And how many times have you yelled at him, demanding that he change, that he do this instead of that, that for the love of God he stop driving you crazy.
Well, if you're human, I'm… Read full post »
So even though school's finally started, I'm still not getting a break. My older son's already home sick from school, my younger one's only been in preschool for 2.5 hours this first week and I'm quickly losing my mind.
The funny thing about all this is that last… Read full post »
One of the super-cool things about being the daughter of immigrants is knowing how to travel with copious amounts of food at all times.
For a long time, Ken used to make fun of me when he saw me jamming my bag full of food every time we went to… Read full post »
The more I talk about this blog with strangers, the more people open up to me with stories about their own marriages. Like the woman who told me this:
"I got divorced when my youngest child was ten. But my divorce didn't have anything to do with… Read full post »
So here’s the super-duper Get Out of Jail Free Card my therapist friend Scarlet gave me after I’d moaned and groaned my way through dinner, telling her how I completely lost my mind the other day. It's a super-neat trick that's already saved my ass on more than… Read full post »