Coping with Grief

10

Mar'15

Continuing Bonds: My Loved One #WouldHaveLovedThis

WYG confession: I saw Fifty Shades of Grey.  In the theatre.  I think (hope) those of you who spend time …

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03

Mar'15

8 Reasons why Winter is the Worst (for grievers)

What’s cold, icy, really uncomfortable, and sometimes makes you sad? Gosh darn winter, that’s what. You can spare me your …

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21

Feb'15

One Day At A Time: more than just a grief cliche

Recently on our social media I posted the following quote by Patti Davis: “It takes strength to make your way …

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17

Feb'15

Understanding Avoidance in Grief

Avoidance is an important concept for grievers to understand.  Some of you may remember we briefly touched on this subject when …

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10

Feb'15

64 Quotes About Grief, Coping and Life After Loss

A good quote serves many purposes.  A quote helps us put our own thoughts and feelings into perspective, it allows …

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03

Feb'15

The Healing Power of Animals

I should start out by acknowledging I’m the last person on earth who should be writing this post.   While I …

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29

Jan'15

Grief and Bullying: A Letter to Teens & Preteens

Dear Griever, It’s hard to believe that this letter needs to be written.  You can call me naïve and out …

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27

Jan'15

12 Challenges for Grieving Extroverts

If you prefer to listen to your grief support, check out the above podcast where we discuss extroverts and grief. …

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13

Jan'15

Parenting While Grieving

When it comes to parenting, humans are a protective bunch. I feel qualified to say this as I am the …

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06

Jan'15

Grief and Facebook: the good, the bad and the ugly

As you may have heard, last week Facebook apologized for the pain that their Year in Review algorithm caused more than just …

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11

Dec'14

The Utility of Laughter in Times of Grief

Among the kinds of coping you expect to see from a griever, the reaction that seems to surprise people the …

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20

Nov'14

When Grief Changes Our Priorities (aka should I join a commune?)

I have this very vivid memory of sitting in the lobby of my college dorm talking to my boyfriend at …

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