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16 Ideas for Creating New Holiday Tradition After a Death – What’s Your Grief

16 Ideas for Creating New Holiday Tradition After a Death – What’s Your Grief

Someone you love has died and now the holidays will never be the same.  I’m sorry to put this so plainly, but it’s true and you need to acknowledge it. Too often people stumble into the holidays after a death believing things can stay the same.  Some passively assume everything will work out, while others believe if they try … Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com Holidays after death can be sad.  New traditions are sometimes needed to help family members cope and remember the past. If you would like to learn more about bereavement counseling education then please review the program #bereavementcounselingeducation  

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Bereavement Counseling Education: 2015 Without You

Bereavement Counseling Education: 2015 Without You

Bereavement Counseling Education: 2015 Without You The beginning of a New Year without a loved one can leave one pessimistic about the future and New Year.  The previous year took something very special that can never be replaced and leaves the New Year and future years with many questions marks and uncertainties. The following year is a pivotal time of healing and adaptation for the grieving.  It brings along many ‘first” anniversaries.  In some cases a first Christmas or first Thanksgiving without a loved one, depending on the time of year the deceased passed.  Some anniversaries may also include birthdays,