Music to Soothe a Broken Heart

Let Music Soothe Your Soul

Music is often overlooked as a therapeutic intervention: singing, listening, and creating music of any kind will provide an immediate biological and psychological benefit for everyone.

Here are some recommendations regardless of where you are in the grief stages.

Everything Falls – Fee
Just Breathe – Johnny Diaz
Let it Hurt – Rascal Flats
Place in this World – Michael Smith
Take This Mask From Me – Jesse Manibusan
Broken Hallelujah – The Afters/Mandisa
If We’re Honest – Francesca Battistelli
Learn to be Still – Eagles
Place in the World – Michael Smith
Nobody Knows – Kevin Sharp
Sounds of Silence – Simon & Garfunkel
I’m Movin’ On – Rascal Flatts
Two Steps from Broken – Rita McNeil
You Were Loved – Wynonna Ryder
The Wings That Fly Us Home – John Denver
Anytime You Need a Friend – Mariah Carey
Bring on the Rain – JoDee Messina
There is a Reason – Allison Kraus
Angels Among Us – Alabama
Here I am Lord – John Michael Talbot
You Will Never Walk Alone – Point of Grace
Shelter Me – John McDermott
I Am Not Alone – Natalie Grant
Be Not Afraid – Jesse Manibusan/John Michael Talbot/St. Louis Jesuits
Forgiven – Critical Mass
When I Heal – Sandi Patty
I’m Forgiven – Sanctus Real
Losing – Tenth Avenue
Who I Am – Casting Crowns
How Can it Be – Lauren Daigle
Mended – Matthew West

Wounded Healers Share How Beginning Experience Helped

From Darkness to New Life


Wounded Healers share how Beginning Experience of Greater Kansas City, Inc. helped them through the nearly unbearable feelings of loss, loneliness and grief. The loss of a loved one through separation, divorce, or death is one of life’s most traumatic experiences.

The purpose of the Beginning Experience ministry is to facilitate the grief resolution process for separated, divorced and widowed persons, thereby enabling them to again love themselves, others and God.

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