Monthly Archives: August 2015

Grief At The Office: When A Coworker Loses A Loved One – Forbes


As described in Sheryl Sandberg’s moving Facebook post about her husband’s death, when a colleague suffers the loss of a loved one, this incredibly personal experience can create uncertainty in the office. Here’s how to handle it. Source: Grief At … Continue reading

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Hospice Use Linked to Fewer Depressive Symptoms for Surviving Spouses – The Mount Sinai Hospital


Source: Hospice Use Linked to Fewer Depressive Symptoms for Surviving Spouses – The Mount Sinai Hospital

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Is My Grief Making Me Abnormal? | griefministerdotcom


Source: Is My Grief Making Me Abnormal? | griefministerdotcom

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Shared via Julie Nierenberg – Waiting through grief | Deb Buehler | LinkedIn


I often hear the idea that one should wait a year before making any major decisions after a significant loss. And while well intentioned, this thought often leaves the mourner with an expectation that the one year mark holds some … Continue reading

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Dealing with An Angry Ex During Divorce – In 4 Steps | Nicola Beer – | LinkedIn


Welcome to part 4 of 5 – in the Anger in Relationships and Divorce Series: Dealing with an Angry Ex During Divorce. Part 5 coming this Thursday, will featured a special invitation – check my profile and posts on Thursday … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Help a Grieving Friend | The Respite


Source: 10 Ways to Help a Grieving Friend | The Respite

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Shared via Rea L. Ginsberg – Study of Holocaust survivors finds trauma passed on to children’s genes | Science | The Guardian


Shared via Rea L.Ginsberg: New finding is clear example in humans of the theory of epigenetic inheritance: the idea that environmental factors can affect the genes of your children Source: Study of Holocaust survivors finds trauma passed on to children’s … Continue reading

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