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01

Feb'13

Sorting Through Belongings After Death: Working with Family

This week we’ve been talking about the daunting task of sorting through a loved one’s belongings after their death.  How …

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30

Jan'13

How to Give Away the ‘Give Away’ Pile: Selling and Donating Old Items

In our last post we discussed the overwhelming task of going through your loved ones belongings.  If you missed it …

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28

Jan'13

Dealing with Stuff (literally): sorting through a loved ones belongings

When my grandmother died she had lived in the same house for over fifty years.  It was the house where …

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25

Jan'13

Memorials Large and Small: Real People Remembering Loved Ones

We have been talking this week about holding on to memories.  Though the pain of loss seems impossible, people somehow …

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23

Jan'13

Grief Tug of War: Holding on to Memories as Long as We Can

I am kind of a preservationist.  And by ‘kind of’ I mean only in my imagination.  You see, I am …

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21

Jan'13

Searching for My Mother’s Memory

I have a long story about how once upon a time I lived in a little white house with my mother, …

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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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