Monthly Archives: March 2016

What Grief Has Taught Me – KK Counselling


Audio Version: I lost my dad in November 2012, only 9 weeks after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.  I changed forever the day he died.  Part of me was broken; I was shocked, devastated and … Source: What Grief … Continue reading

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Shared via Grief Healing – Here’s what it takes to be a hospice volunteer – HT Health


Source: Here’s what it takes to be a hospice volunteer – HT Health

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Shared via Grief Healing – 7 Things No One Tells You About Losing A Parent As A Child


When it comes to my father, my memory is my biggest asset – and my biggest enemy. Source: 7 Things No One Tells You About Losing A Parent As A Child

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Shared via Sacred Dying – How to Help a Friend Through Grief


It’s not easy to know what to say or do when a friend is working through grief after a loss. This may help. Source: How to Help a Friend Through Grief

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Shared via Sacred Dying – Can Trauma Help You Grow? – The New Yorker


After a devastating loss, my family changed in surprising ways. Source: Can Trauma Help You Grow? – The New Yorker

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‘I’m 16. Five months ago, I was diagnosed with terminal cancer’ | Life and style | The Guardian – Shared via Sacred Dying


Now I measure time in distinct chunks, focusing on events – a holiday or a party. Although it has been an intense few months, I’ve tried not to dwell on it Source: ‘I’m 16. Five months ago, I was diagnosed … Continue reading

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Shared via Sacred Dying – Dying, With Nothing to Say – The New York Times


We want to make a proper ending out of a pointless loss. But there is only loss. Source: Dying, With Nothing to Say – The New York Times

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Shared via Heather Stang – Childhood Emotional Grief Prevention – Simplifying Childhood May Protect Against Mental Health Issues – Raised Good


Normal personality quirks combined with the stress of “too much” can result in mental health issues in children. Simplify childhood and protect your child. Source: Simplifying Childhood May Protect Against Mental Health Issues – Raised Good

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grief and the happy life


grief support that doesn’t suck: no platitudes, no easy fixes, and no pseudo-spiritual bypass. It’s grief support for deep & intelligent folks. Like you. Source: grief and the happy life

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Some Companies Now Offer A Paid Day Off After A Pet Dies To Grieve In Peace


Source: Some Companies Now Offer A Paid Day Off After A Pet Dies To Grieve In Peace

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