Coping with Grief

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Mar'16

Reconnecting with Life After Loss (One step at a time)

You’ve been there before.  Heck, we’ve all been there. It’s been a long week, you’re tired, the weather’s not that …

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17

Mar'16

Making Time for Grief During Pregnancy

Today we’d like to welcome guest author Dana Schwartz to discuss what she has learned from her experience grieving during pregnancy. …

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15

Mar'16

64 Six Word Stories About Grief

A while back we wrote a post about the six word story, the well-known writing exercise made famous through the …

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07

Mar'16

64 Things Our Readers Would Tell Their Younger Selves About Grief

We’ve been engaged a bit of a dialogue over on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram about the things our readers would …

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29

Feb'16

Balancing Selflessness and Self-Care in Grief

Are you the family member everyone looks to when times get tough?  Are you who your friends call when they need a …

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23

Feb'16

64 Songs About The Death of a Friend

This post has been weeks in the works, a promise ever since I wrote a post a few weeks back …

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Feb'16

“Maybe, someday”: Staying open to possibility

It’s disgusting out today. Yesterday I sat at my window and watched charming white snowflakes fall gently from the sky, …

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Feb'16

The Truth about Posttraumatic Growth After Loss

Litsa and I have long had a bee in our bonnet over the rhetoric around grief self-help.  Not all grief …

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06

Jan'16

Ongoing Relationships With Those who Have Died

I cling to scraps of my mother.  I’ll take anything I can get. I’ve extracted all that I can from my …

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05

Jan'16

Grief and Nutrition: Tips From A Wellness Guru

It is officially 2016.  Hard to believe, right?  Congrats on making it to a new year, since I am sure …

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Oct'15

Buddha, Nietzsche and Grief

Many moons ago I wrote a post about how philosophy became my primary grief support when I was in college.  …

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15

Oct'15

Grief Hacks: Lists and Little Journals

Experiencing the death of a loved one can throw a person all out of whack, am I right?  Grief is …

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