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18

Jan'13

What Not To Say part II: Guilt and Grief

We posted a couple weeks ago about what not to say to someone grieving.  In case you missed it, our …

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16

Jan'13

After a Suicide Death: An Activity Book for Grieving Kids

“Kids are resilient”.  It is a phrase you have undoubtedly heard if you have had the misfortune of supporting a …

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14

Jan'13

Childhood Grief: The Influence of Age On Understanding

I have a daughter who is three years old.  She sees the world in a delightful way.  Everything is pink …

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11

Jan'13

End of Life Wishes and Conversations

The other day my husband and I were in the car and Into the Mystic came on the radio.  Exchange …

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09

Jan'13

Does time heal all wounds?

I’m not sure when it happens, I guess for everyone it’s different.  What day was it when I stopped remembering …

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07

Jan'13

Songs About Grief: I Drive Your Truck by Lee Brice

This is going to sound like a weird statement, but I get super excited when I stumble upon expressions of …

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04

Jan'13

What Not to Say After a Death

Want to just see our list of what NOT to say to someone grieving, without all the commentary?  Click here. …

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02

Jan'13

Recreating Family Recipes: an epic fail?

Most people who know me know I have never been a holiday person (I was one of those kids who …

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30

Dec'12

New Year’s Resolutions for Grievers

Resolve To: 1. Go easy on yourself:  This may sound obvious, or even cliche, but it is easier said than done. Don’t …

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29

Dec'12

The Disappearance: A Primer of Loss

Written nearly twelve years after her four and seven year old daughters were killed in a car accident in France, …

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27

Dec'12

Playing Cards and Keeping Memories Alive

Six years ago, when we started spending Christmas with my husband’s family, his mom was very concerned that I was …

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21

Dec'12

Practical Plan for Dealing with the Holidays After a Loss

One of the best ways to deal with the holidays after a loss is to plan ahead. Notice I say …

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