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Grief and Nutrition: Tips From A Wellness Guru – What’s Your Grief

Grief and Nutrition: Tips From A Wellness Guru – What’s Your Grief

It is officially 2016.  Hard to believe, right?  Congrats on making it to a new year, since I am sure there were moments you struggled to imagine getting here.  Now that new year is here many of us inevitably start thinking about how we can survive just a little bit better.  We vow to eat better, … Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com Good article about eating, nutrition and grief. The reality is our emotional state can affect our physical state so it is necessary to eat well when dealing with grief over an extended period of time. If you would like

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What’s your grief?

What’s your grief?

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com An excellent article with many insightful guidelines for dealing with the holidays and grief.  We lose people throughout the year and when we experience Christmas or Thanksgiving, new pain arises over their loss.  This article looks at ways to better cope with loss and grief during the holidays If you would like to become a certified grief counselor then please review our program as well! #certifiedgriefcounselor

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By Sharing Death on the Web, Dying May Not Feel So Alone

By Sharing Death on the Web, Dying May Not Feel So Alone

When terminal illness is chronicled for all the world to witness, the end of life takes on new meaning Source: time.com Ideas on death and dying are more universally seen in personal cases now due to the advances in social media and how it has become a staple in American culture.   This can broaden the conversation about death and dying and expose what used to be a private thing and make it more public and known to those who seek to avoid discussing it If you would like to become a certified grief counselor, then please review the program #certifiedgriefcounselor

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How to cope with grief while working and How to Become a Certified Grief Counselor

How to cope with grief while working and How to Become a Certified Grief Counselor

  Working through personal struggles requires more than a brave face — here are some tips that might help American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Coping with grief can be difficult, but even more so when trying to focus at work.  This article looks at ways you can focus better at work without having your grief interfere.  It also lists tips on how to approach and speak to your boss about your issues at home.  If you are interesting in learning more on how to cope with grief, please review our program. If you wish to become a certified grief

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Letting Love Win: Coping with Fear, Anger, Grief and Despair in the Wake of Tragedy

Letting Love Win: Coping with Fear, Anger, Grief and Despair in the Wake of Tragedy

  It can be so hard to find love in our hearts, to imagine peace, to practice compassion, to have faith in a benevolent universe after terrible things happen. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: It is a tirade of emotions that follow a tragic event.  Grief, anger and a host of emotions emerge.  What we need to remember is these emotions are natural The natural range of emotions vary but for the most part their is a universal pattern.  We should in a healthy way embrace these emotions and realize they are a natural reaction to loss.  Grief is

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Grieving a Loss of a Friend from a Jewish Perspective and Become a Certified Grief Counselor

Grief Counseling from a Jewish Perspective and Become a Certified Grief Counselor Rabbi Greyber takes a different look at grief counseling in regards to the loss of friends within the Jewish religion.  The article below outlines the basis for his book   There are many rituals of grief for the Jewish religion.  Ryan Torok takes a look at how Jews handle grief regarding a loss of a friend in his article “Rabbi Explores Grief In New Memoir ‘Faith Unravels’.  This article is found in the Jewishjournal.com With “Faith Unravels: A Rabbi’s Struggle With Grief and God,” Rabbi Daniel Greyber, former executive

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Become a Certified Grief Counselor: Reality of Evil and Severe Trauma: Newtown Shootings

Become a Certified Grief Counselor: Reality of Evil and Severe Trauma: Newtown Shootings

Grief Counseling:  The Rise of Evil and Severe Trauma   As modern and Western society continues to degrade into depths of barbarianism not seen since the Dark Ages, modern man finds himself, especially in the West, more shocked at atrocity.  Death imprints and emotional numbing to atrocity were once in the West only made from a distance via media, rarely  affectionate personally.  The necessity of Grief Counseling for more traumatic cases of grief in the last ten years suggests a change in trend.  The West is now becoming accustomed to the grief the rest of the world has known for so long.  Random shootings

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Grief Counseling and Hope in Depression

Grief Counseling and Hope in Depression

Grief Counselors And Dealing With Depression The pains of depression can be difficult for a grief counselor to cure.  There is no acute reason usually for depression.  Furthermore, if not an LPC, grief counselors usually need the aid of a psychologist to prescribe any necessary medications.  Below is an article how grief counselors through the gift of hope and faith can help the depressed. Monica Coleman of the Huffington Post writes about depression and finding hope in her article, “Losing Faith, Finding Hope: A Journey With Depression”. Many people describe depression as a kind of intense grief.  It is a deep sadness.  It’s like heartbreak,