Monthly Archives: December 2018

Five Principles for Managing Grief in the New Year – Ask Dr. Neimeyer


Dr. Robert Neimeyer outlines five principles for managing grief in the New Year. Source: Five Principles for Managing Grief in the New Year – Ask Dr. NeimeyerAsk Dr. Neimeyer

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Grief Healing: In Grief: When Church Community Support Is Lacking


Source: Grief Healing: In Grief: When Church Community Support Is Lacking

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Depression in Seniors: Why the Holidays Can Be Hard | For Better | US News


Plus, how to cope during the “most wonderful time of the year.” Source: Depression in Seniors: Why the Holidays Can Be Hard | For Better | US News

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Grief tough topic for college students | Campus | purdueexponent.org – Shared via Sympathy Solutions


Students grieving a loss often feel they have nowhere to turn. Source: Grief tough topic for college students | Campus | purdueexponent.org

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How to Write a Condolence Letter – The New York Times – Shared via Hospice and Palliative Care


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#MyHospice Video Contest – Hospice Action Network


Source: #MyHospice Video Contest – Hospice Action Network

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End-of-Life Care for Veterans


Veterans’ unique life experiences require equally unique end-of-life care Source: End-of-Life Care for Veterans

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