Monthly Archives: October 2016

Children, Grief & the Holidays


Originally posted on griefministerdotcom:
Following the death of a loved one, there are many firsts. One of the most difficult firsts can be the holidays or special days for the family.  The following are some thoughts on how to help…

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Shared via June Vining – How to Support a Loved One Who’s Lost Someone to Suicide | The Mighty


Suicide loss survivors from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s community share what they needed after losing someone to suicide. Source: How to Support a Loved One Who’s Lost Someone to Suicide | The Mighty

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How “Thank you for all you do!” Can Backfire :: Carla Cheatham Consulting Group – Site Revamp 1016


Source: How “Thank you for all you do!” Can Backfire :: Carla Cheatham Consulting Group – Site Revamp 1016

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‘Hospice Helps Everyone’ Message Reaching Latino Communities


ALEXANDRIA, Va., Oct. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization’s “Moments of Life: Made Possible by Hospice” campaign has released a new video translated in Spanish and showcases the benefits of hospice care.  “Un Baile Para Gloria” … Continue reading

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A Widow’s Loneliness is Curable | LinkedIn


At times in my life, as a widow, I have been utterly lonely. Try admitting this in our culture and you’ll find that the listeners will cringe with a mixture of pity, revulsion and alarm. In our Source: Loneliness is Curable | … Continue reading

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If you’ve lost your spouse, put finances on the back burner


Financial advisors sometimes forget clients grieving a death or divorce need some time to heal before making important financial decisions. Source: If you’ve lost your spouse, put finances on the back burner

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Shared via Julie Nierenberg – Why Grieve? Don’t Family Caregivers Have Enough to Deal With? – Seniors Lifestyle Magazine


Whether you deal with your grief or not, your grief exists. It can manifest in many ways such as panic attacks, headaches or the “broken heart syndrome” with symptoms similar to a heart attack. Since the grief exists and can … Continue reading

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