Monthly Archives: August 2018

BBC presenter Rachael Bland in ‘race’ to finish memoir – BBC News – Shared via  The Loss Foundation


Rachael Bland, who has incurable cancer, has been writing a book of memories for her son, Freddie. Source: BBC presenter Rachael Bland in ‘race’ to finish memoir – BBC News

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How To Become a Grief Counselor | CareersinPsychology.org


» Grief Counselor Careers Source: How To Become a Grief Counselor | CareersinPsychology.org

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How To Help Those Considering Suicide | Careers inPsychology.org – shared via After Talk


» How To Help Those Considering Suicide Source: How To Help Those Considering Suicide | CareersinPsychology.org

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AfterTalk Inspirational 8.16.18 Preventing Suicide


Source: AfterTalk Inspirational 8.16.18 Preventing Suicide

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3 Reasons Why Grief Is So Challenging – The Grief Recovery Method


Most people have no concept of how painful grief can be until they are faced with an emotional loss. Here are 3 reasons why grief is so challenging. Source: 3 Reasons Why Grief Is So Challenging – The Grief Recovery … Continue reading

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Grief – When You’re Not Grieving — A B’Old Woman


I didn’t expect that I would find myself writing again on the subject of my ninety year old mother’s passing away. I thought that I covered all I needed to say on that in my previous piece. I had my … Continue reading

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Health & Wellness: Tough Talk: Suicide is on the Rise and Older Adults Aren’t Immune. Here’s What to Look For. | Get Old


When asked what he wants the world to know about older adults and suicide, Yeates Conwell, MD, doesn’t have to think long to come up with an answer. Source: Health & Wellness: Tough Talk: Suicide is on the Rise and … Continue reading

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