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Grief Counseling Training Article on Funerals and Dying

Grief Counseling Training Article on Funerals and Dying

Good article on funeral and dying business.   It has become a financial burden for some when it comes to dying. Please also review our Funeral Associate Program as well as our Grief Counseling Training The article, The Difficult Business of Dying, by JESS BERGMAN states,  “In the six years since my father died, I’ve visited the cemetery where his ashes are interred exactly twice—the second time only because of the Jewish tradition of unveiling, where the initial graveside funeral service is followed within a year by a  ceremony to uncover and dedicate the headstone. It’s not that returning would be too difficult.

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Bereavement Counseling Certification Article on Divorce and Loss

Bereavement Counseling Certification Article on Divorce and Loss

Good article on the losses one experiences through divorce.  Many secondary losses beyond the initial go beyond the spouses and the children initial reaction to loss. Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Certification The article, How parents, kids can survive divorce, by Marie Virata Halloran states, “Jocelyn and Joel dated since high school. After college graduation, they got married. They have four good-looking children. Jocelyn’s friends commented how privileged she is to have a dedicated and hardworking husband. The night after celebrating their 21st wedding anniversary, Joel handed a card to his wife. It said, “Jocelyn, this is very difficult for

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Grief Counseling Certification Article on Grieving the Living

Grief Counseling Certification Article on Grieving the Living

An article that brings to clarity the complications that come with grieving the living. Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification The article, Grieving The Living: When your “lost” loved one is still alive, by Kristi Hugstad states, “Grief is a big word. It’s a big word that often comes attached with it visions of caskets, funeral homes and sympathy cards. But grief isn’t just about death. As I said in a former blog, you might experience grief due to any variety of loss – the loss of a career, marriage or yes, a loved one. When my husband, Bill, completed suicide,

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Grief Counseling Certification Article on Barrenness

Grief Counseling Certification Article on Barrenness

Good article about grief of not being able to experience child birth or have a child.  This type of loss is not a direct loss but an indirect loss of a particular experience which can be sorrowful as well Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification The article, Does it still hurt that I can’t have a baby?, by Danielle Ripley-Burgess states, “I quickly entered the world that all new moms with babies know – the exhausting world of translating looks and grunts, cries and smiles. The world of praying the swaddle holds and changing shirts every few hours so you don’t

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Grief Counseling Certification Article on Marriage and the Loss of a Child

Grief Counseling Certification Article on Marriage and the Loss of a Child

So many times the loss of a child can cause a marriage to fall apart.  These secondary losses are a result of the primary loss and the stress that emits from that loss. Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification The article, We Lost Our Newborn Baby. Can This Marriage Survive?, by STEVE ALMOND and CHERYL STRAYED state,  “One thing that’s vital to realize is that it’s not the sorrow of a child’s death that tears certain couples apart. It’s a sense of isolation within that sorrow. You and your husband should consider it your central goal to share your feelings with one

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Bereavement Counseling Certification Article on Time to Grieve

Bereavement Counseling Certification Article on Time to Grieve

Good article on the reality that grief does not just end immediately allowing one to return to life.  Some may have the luxury and the time to grieve but unfortunately many also do not have that ability to properly find the time they  need to grieve and recover. Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Certification to learn more. The article, “Having Time To Grieve Shouldn’t Be A Luxury” by Ann Brenoff looks at why three days is not enough to recovery, she states, “Lori McCoy was a supervisor overseeing 911 dispatchers in San Mateo County, California, back in 1991 when she

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Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Addiction and Death

Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Addiction and Death

Good article on the nature of grief when things do not always end so well.  In these cases, there are a variety of ambiguous feelings as well potential guilt during the grieving process over the deceased. Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Training and see if it meets your needs. The article, An Addict Brother’s Death; a Sister’s Guilt-Ridden Grief, by STEVE ALMOND and CHERYL STRAYED state, “The most dangerous delusion we carry around when it comes to death is the notion that we should never speak ill of the dead. We erase their defects and destructive conduct. We gussy up their legacy

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Grief Counseling Certification Article on Death of a Classmate

Grief Counseling Certification Article on Death of a Classmate

Classmates can also grieve the loss of a friend or schoolmate.  It can also affect them mentally and remind them of their own mortality. Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification, as well as our Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program The article, Alone in my grief’: why some students are left to mourn alone when a classmate dies, states “When former College student Aran Rana of the Class of 2019 died in Hong Kong this year, his closest friends found out in the same way and at the same time that over 10,000 other undergraduates did: five paragraphs in an email

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Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Discussing Death

Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Discussing Death

Talking about death is important.  It is not gruesome or unhealthy to do but in fact a good reality a check and a way to express ideas and feelings when it is not too late Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Training Program and see if it matches your academic and professional needs. The article, A Talk About Death Can Be The Most Meaningful Conversation Of Your Life, by Shannon Burberry states,  “I recently participated in a roundtable discussion about death, dying and funerals (you can view the video here) and I was surprised at how reluctant we are to discuss this very

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Grief Counseling Training Article on Stillborn Grief

Grief Counseling Training Article on Stillborn Grief

A very painful loss is having a stillborn for parents.  Many also suggest to let the family mourn with the body of the deceased newborn.   This is a traumatic time, especially for the woman who carried for nine months If you would like to learn more about Grief Counseling Training, then please review The article, A very private grief: the parents breaking the stillbirth taboo,  states “Chris and his wife Danielle were delighted when she fell pregnant, and he recalls “getting to know” the baby in the womb. “I talked to him and played him music. I got stuff for him.”