Coping with Grief

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May'20

What Does it Mean to Be Strong in Grief?

“And when he came to the place where the wild things are  they roared their terrible roars and gnashed their …

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15

May'20

A Grief Intensified. A Grief Sidelined. A Grief Forgotten.

Like so many things in life, grief is both an internal and external event. Our internal experience of loss is …

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14

Apr'20

Grief Coping Alternatives for When You’re Stuck at Home

Being confined to the house isn’t all that bad, but I could do without being stuck inside my head. Especially …

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28

Feb'20

4 Ways to Get In Touch With Your Grief

A few weeks ago, we published a post about absent grief, i.e., feeling like you’re not grieving as much as …

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24

Feb'20

Guilt and Grief: Making A Living Amends

It would be easy to think there is nothing more WYG can write about guilt and grief. We’ve written about …

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10

Feb'20

Widow Dating Questions: Am I Ready To Date?

Over the years we have struggled to write about dating as a widow here at WYG, because there are sooo …

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25

Nov'19

Why Is My Grief Worse At Night?

When we wrote about why, for some, grief feels worse in the morning, we knew that we would immediately have …

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Nov'19

What are Stuck Points in Grief?

What are “stuck points”? In 1992, researchers Resick and Schnicke first described the term “stuck points” in their work exploring …

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18

Oct'19

Spend a Day Like Your Loved One on Their Deathiversary

The anniversary of my mother’s death, or her “deathiversary”, is closing in on me. I usually count on the foliage …

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02

Oct'19

Grief Recipe Stories: Continuing Bonds Through Food

Growing up, my siblings and I were picky eaters. That’s probably putting it mildly. Honestly, we were like inscrutable food …

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Sep'19

64 Tips for Coping With Forgetfulness in Grief

We’ve said it once, and we’ll say it a million times – you’re not losing your mind – you’re just …

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15

Aug'19

5 Benefits of Grief Journaling

Journaling is one of WYG’s favorite, go-to, grief coping methods for many reasons. First, it offers you a simple way …

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