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December 11, 2018

Religious Faith and Grieving

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Does faith in God make it easier to grieve? I was angry at God for losing my Mom despite my religious Catholic upbringing.

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November 24, 2018

Finding Your Inner Spark After Trauma With Tom Biddulph

Here’s is an interview I did yesterday. I thought I would share it again. It’s very insightful. It actually took me longer than I thought to answer. Chris has some great questions that he came up with. Enjoy, and let me know what you think. I’m looking to do this more in the near future. […]

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November 7, 2018

Randomness

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Everyone for the most part hates change, right? Or maybe it is just me? I don’t know how others think, but a lot of the time I think others know what I’m thinking. As if those people are in my head at that exact time. I love this blog! I feel it has reached others […]

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October 27, 2018

The Hurricane

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Never in my life was I so Anxious, even after losing my mom. Hurricane Florence hit our hometown in September and stuck around for three days. It was a Cat 4 before making landfall as a Cat 1. For all you non weather geeks, the Category of a hurricane goes off of how strong the […]

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August 31, 2018

Quick thoughts

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Not everyone can be super positive and upbeat each day.  There are days when I am feeling anxious, there are days when I feel down. If you follow me on twitter you may see me sending positive vibes and cheering others on.  You may see my feed and say to yourself, “wow this guy has […]

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August 24, 2018

I used to

I used to get upset when I saw a tv show where a son hugged his mom. I used to get emotional when I would see a son hug his mom in public. I used to get upset when I saw a family of 4, like mine growing up out at dinner. I used to […]

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August 19, 2018

Grieving our Cat

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I never had a pet growing up. It honestly never came up in conversation.  Now that I think about it, its kinda strange we didn’t have one. What kid doesn’t want to have a cute little kitten or puppy running around.  My youngest daughters birthday isn’t until January and she is already asking for a […]

Posted in: Media, My Grief Story

August 10, 2018

My first time on a Podcast

I did my first podcast last Saturday and it was AWESOME! (Link below) @soulgabashjazz are the best. I don’t know why I was a bit nervous about it. Maybe it was out of my comfort zone? I have a blog, so all my life’s tragedies and pain and happiness are out there. So what was […]

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July 20, 2018

It’s a beach day

There is nothing like the Jersey Shore!! The beach/boardwalk/food… ya get it. As I sit here just relaxing with some Zach Brown on and my toes in the sand, I can’t but help to think how it would be with my mom here with us. Growing up I hated the beach. I would always need […]

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July 18, 2018

Visiting the cemetery with my 3 year old daughter.

So, I went to the cemetery yesterday with just my youngest. I was gonna bring flowers, then thought it’s to hot and they will die quick. Instead with both picked some small wild flowers growing in the grass and put them on the headstone. I started to explain to my 3yr about the whole process […]

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Hey, I'm Tom Biddulph. I'm a Dad, Husband and the friend that calls you on your birthday. I've learned grief is a never ending journey after losing 16 loved ones. Still I've learned to find the good grievings along the way that bring joy & healing, My hope is to help you do the same. 

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