Category Archives: Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Transitions Support

Grief after Suicide: A Personal and Professional Perspective by Beth Patterson, MA, LPC


Grief after Suicide: A Personal and Professional Perspective by Beth Patterson, MA, LPC.

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Positive Grief Evolution


Thank you for sharing, “Grief Toolbox” on Facebook “Positive grieving is an evolution of a pro-active journey towards hope and healing.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom

Posted in Grief Recovery Outreach, Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Transitions Support, Resilience and Compassion, Transcendent Courage and Peace, Uncategorized, What Hinders and What Helps The Grieving Process | Leave a comment

10 Answers to the questions WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP? | The Grief Toolbox


10 Answers to the questions WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP? | The Grief Toolbox.

Posted in Difficult and Painful Necessary Grief Work, Grief Recovery Outreach, Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Transitions Support | Leave a comment

What “Letting Go” of Loss Truly Means | The Grief Toolbox


What “Letting Go” of Loss Truly Means | The Grief Toolbox.

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LIFE Before Death David Suchet – A Humanitarian Cause


Posted in Compassionate End-of-Life Care, End-Of-Life Pain Management, Hospice Care, Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Transitions Support | Leave a comment

Hospice nurse applies skills to care of terminally ill son | National Nursing News


Hospice nurse applies skills to care of terminally ill son | National Nursing News.

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Portland, OR – June 21, 2012: Understanding Dementia Care Tour


Posted in Dementia and Anticipatory Grief, Dementia and Emotional Wellbeing, Dementia Care-giving, Disenfranchised Grief and Dementia Patients, Grief Takes a Toll on Health, Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Transitions Support, Secondary Grief, Unconditional Compassion and Love | Leave a comment