All posts by Eleanor Haley

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Apr'13

Five Things You Should Know About the ‘Five Stages of Grief’

Pour yourself a heavily caffeinated beverage and settle in because today were going to talk about grief theory.  Just when …

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24

Apr'13

One More Day: What Would You Do?

I recently stumbled on the results of a study conducted in 2009 by Comfort Zone Camp.  They polled 1,006 adults …

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17

Apr'13

Support System Superlatives: A Journaling Exercise

You’ve probably heard this phrase a few hundred times since your loved one’s death… Let me know if there’s anything …

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14

Apr'13

Weekend Edition: April 14th

Extra, extra!  Read all about it.  It’s time for us to distill the hours we’ve spent on the internet reading …

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12

Apr'13

Wedding Dress Shopping Without Mom

My sisters and I have been helping my youngest sister, Beth, pick out her wedding dress (yay!) via Facebook (booo!). …

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08

Apr'13

Grief Makes You Feel Like You’re Going Crazy

I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news for you…grief makes you feel like you’re going crazy. In the beginning, you …

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03

Apr'13

Love Your Regret

Please don’t tell me you don’t have any regrets…please…I beg of you.  Normal people have regrets; it doesn’t make you …

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27

Mar'13

Comparing Grief: A Useless Endeavor

I was struck by something WYG guest blogger, Nick Frye, said in his article Self-care in Grief: The Myth of …

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25

Mar'13

Self-care in Grief: The Myth of Keeping Busy

I am very excited to introduce today’s guest author, Nick Frye.  I’ve known Nick since my ‘Tests and Assessments’ course …

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20

Mar'13

Beautiful Pain: Found Poems and Creative Healing

Show of hands, who’s heard of ‘found poems’?   Ahhh I see some of you aren’t acquainted.  Here’s a simple …

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18

Mar'13

College Grief & Actively Moving Forward (AMF)

As it is, college can be hard.  You are at the precipice of adulthood trying to build the foundation for …

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11

Mar'13

The Impact of Death on Life

I guess I’m probably one of the lucky ones.  I was a complete stranger to tragedy well into my twenties. …

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