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05

Mar'13

Self-Portraits: Expressing Emotion Through Art

I don’t particularly enjoy talking about my feelings, not unless there’s a punch line involved. I am happy to express …

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04

Mar'13

Crying In Public (aka sometimes socks are sad)

Sometimes you are in a store and you start to cry, uncontrollably.  A small child standing nearby says to her mom “why …

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03

Mar'13

Weekend Edition: March 3rd

It’s time for another ‘Weekend Edition’; where we weekly bring you items that passed the ‘is this interesting?’ test. 1. …

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01

Mar'13

Grief Soundtrack

In 2007 Rolling Stone’s writer Rob Sheffield wrote his memoir, “Love is a Mixtape: Life and Loss One Song at …

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27

Feb'13

What to Send to a Funeral Instead of Flowers

When my dad died there were more flower arrangements at the funeral home than we could count.  Though we were …

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25

Feb'13

Self-Care for the Rest of Us

Self-Care is a phrase thrown around quite a bit in the mental health field. As in, self-care is important for …

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24

Feb'13

Weekend Edition: February 24, 2013

Time for our weekly round up of interesting grief-related posts and articles about grief that we stumbled on this week.  Enjoy! …

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22

Feb'13

Speaking Up About Grief

I am going to clue you guys in on a little secret:  here at WYG we talk about grief and …

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19

Feb'13

Graffiti Wall: A Grief Activity for Kids

The Activity: We love the Graffiti Wall grief activity for kids; it’s easy, fun and kind of cool. Using paper, markers, and …

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18

Feb'13

Grief and Buddhism: comfort in impermanence

My dad died when I was in college.  It was shortly after that I took my first class in Eastern Philosophy.  …

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Feb'13

Weekend Edition: February 17, 2013

It is that time again . . . Here are some grief articles and other posts that we stumbled on this …

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15

Feb'13

Coping with Death: Grief and Photography

There are times when we want to express and explore our emotions and experiences, but for one reason or another we …

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