Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thanksgiving Day Can Be Painful | The Grief Toolbox


Thanksgiving Day Can Be Painful | The Grief Toolbox.

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We Care Grief Support with Angie & Sandra


We Care Grief Support with Angie & Sandra.

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15 Things I Wish I’d Known About Grief


Originally posted on Identity Renewed:
After a year of grief, I’ve learned a lot. I’ve also made some mistakes along the way. Today, I jotted down 15 things I wish I’d known about grief when I started my own process.…

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Scott Adams Blog: I Hope My Father Dies Soon 11/23/2013


Scott Adams Blog: I Hope My Father Dies Soon 11/23/2013.

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Pain In The Heart | The Grief Toolbox


Pain In The Heart | The Grief Toolbox.

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Shared via Grief Speaks – Someone you know ill? Watch what you say, and to whom – Los Angeles Times


Someone you know ill? Watch what you say, and to whom – Los Angeles Times.

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Shared via Grief Speaks – Breaking the Isolation of Stillbirth


Breaking the Isolation of Stillbirth.

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Gero-Punk Reflections: Where do stray cats go for Thanksgiving?


Originally posted on The Gero-Punk Project:
Greetings, Gero-Punk Project friends! We’re celebrating contemplation and gratitude all week long, so please check back daily for Thanksgiving reflections from our wonderful guest essayists. Many blessings, much love! +++ Where do Stray Cats…

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Getting Past the Grief Over a Child With Special Needs | Ellen Seidman


Getting Past the Grief Over a Child With Special Needs | Ellen Seidman.

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Shared via Grief Speaks – 5 Tips to Make Thanksgiving Special (Even If You Can’t Be With Your Loved Ones)


5 Tips to Make Thanksgiving Special (Even If You Can’t Be With Your Loved Ones).

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