Lisa Ingrassia

Writer, Thinker, Blogger & Event Planner

Lisa is a corporate event planner in Freehold, New Jersey. She enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. Lisa is a freelance writer who writes regularly for Beliefnet, Her View From Home, The National Foundation of Swallowing Disorders and is a Huffington Post blogger. Fun fact: She’s obsessed with her Boston terrier Diesel and loves the color blue. www.facebook.com/lisamingrassia
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The Day Jesus Took The Wheel

by Lisa Ingrassia
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The Power of Journaling

by Lisa Ingrassia
Lisa & Dad
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I’ll Have A Blue Christmas Without You

by Lisa Ingrassia
Thanksgiving 2017 Photo
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Let’s Make Thanksgiving Great Again…

by Lisa Ingrassia
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Grief Changes Us

by Lisa Ingrassia
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Nothing Can Prepare You For Grief

by Lisa Ingrassia
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Sometimes Grief Tastes Like Chocolate Ice Cream

by Lisa Ingrassia
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How I Am Finding My Way After Losing My Dad

by Lisa Ingrassia
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Why I Won’t Apologize for Choosing Happiness

by Lisa Ingrassia
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5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Becoming a Potential Caregiver

by Lisa Ingrassia
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Words of Sympathy – What Do We Say?

by Lisa Ingrassia
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You Were Here…And Now You’re Gone

by Lisa Ingrassia
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Embracing 2018 – 10 Grief Resolutions

by Lisa Ingrassia
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Please Do Not Buy Me Presents For Christmas. Let’s Try This Instead.

by Lisa Ingrassia
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The Greatest Gift You Can Give a Grieving Person This Time of Year

by Lisa Ingrassia
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An Open Letter To Cancer

by Lisa Ingrassia
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The Best Way to Help a Grieving Friend During the Holidays

by Lisa Ingrassia
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The Things No One Tells You About Grief

by Lisa Ingrassia
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3 Common Myths About Grief That We Need to Stop Believing

by Lisa Ingrassia

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