Archive for Grief Coping Styles

Seeking Comfort During Grief: Too much, too little, just right

Comfort is one of my favorite words in the English language. Like many people, I crave comforting things. For example, comfortable shoes…
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After The Sun Goes Down

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  • Denise Lara Mangalino
From Tabitha Montgomery There is always a partof me that grieves alland whom I have lost. And it's that grief…
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Still Connected, Still Present

by Karen Fong It was the second anniversary of mom’s death. An anniversary I dreaded, as I wasn’t sure how…
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When I Want To Remember My Mother, I Eat - Grief Recipe Stories

This grief recipe is brought to you by Nabilah Husna Nabilah is a writer, social policy researcher and tutor from…
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ways to get in touch with grief

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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I Don't Want to Talk About It: Coping with Grief Without Saying a Word

"I Don't Want to Talk About It": Coping with Grief Without Saying a Word

I may be betraying my trade as a mental health professional to admit that, personally, I’m not much for counseling…
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Tell Two Jokes and Call me in the Morning: How Humor Helped my Family Grieve

We are working on some projects over here at the WYG headquarters (otherwise known as 'whatever coffee shop we wandered…
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The Link Between Hardship and Creative Expression

Although Litsa and I are different in many ways, one thing we've always had in common is a love of…
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The Shoes I Walk In

Photography by Kevin Amos  I am wearing shoes. They are ugly shoes. Uncomfortable shoes. I hate my shoes. Each day…
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