Monthly Archives: July 2017

Teen Grief Following a Fatal Accident


Source Guilt is to the spirit what pain is to the body.   ~ Elder David A. Bednar A reader writes: My niece, nephew and my nephew’s… Source: Teen Grief Following a Fatal Accident

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Teen Grief Following a Fatal Accident


Source Guilt is to the spirit what pain is to the body.   ~ Elder David A. Bednar A reader writes: My niece, nephew and my nephew’s… Source: Teen Grief Following a Fatal Accident

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Ten Things I Never Expected From Grief | The Grief Toolbox — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library


Originally posted on NorthernMSW: Consulting, Advocacy, Aging, Book Reviews, End of Life Information, & General Information for Helping Professionals:
A great resource! Grief and bereavement is different for each person and the length of time different for each person. Be…

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Grief and Sympathy – a healing hug for those suffering loss of any kind


How to cope with grief of any kind. Benefit from my 50 years of experience nursing the young, the old and the dying. I will guide you through these tough times to find peace and joy in life again. Source: … Continue reading

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Ten Things I Never Expected From Grief | The Grief Toolbox


Because we knew that my daughter was dying, I believed I was prepared for grief. I was wrong. No matter how much we prepare, everything changes. These aspects of grief surprised me.1. Losing timeMonths after my daughter died, I pulled … Continue reading

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San Francisco Magazine | Modern Luxury | End-of-Life Reformer Jessica Nutik Zitter Wants to Make Death Ed the New Sex Ed


Source: San Francisco Magazine | Modern Luxury | End-of-Life Reformer Jessica Nutik Zitter Wants to Make Death Ed the New Sex Ed

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We Will Always Miss Them | The Grief Toolbox


Missing someone is painful.Will the hurt ever end?“I kept waiting for the pain to stop. Some things got easier with time, some didn’t. Right now, there is this deep, dull ache in the recesses of my heart,” Noel confided.She paused … Continue reading

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