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Bereavement Counseling Program Article On Couple’s Grief

Bereavement Counseling Program Article On Couple’s Grief

Good article about how a couple grieves the loss of a child and how it is differently experienced. Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Program The article, “He Said, She Said: One Couple, Two Perspectives on Grief”, by  Alexis Marie Chute states “This Q&A was an experiment. We endeavored to answer the question: What are the different ways men and women—and all people—grieve after the loss of someone they love? We quickly realized that was too ambitious a goal, and scaled back. Now, we hope to shed light on how we, us two specifically, grieved our shared loss of our son.

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Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Death Awareness

Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Death Awareness

Dying is something that needs to be talked about.  Being aware of death is important too.  This article discusses dying awareness. Please also review our bereavement counseling training program The article, Dying Matters For Everyone: Dying Matters Awareness Week, by Lucy Watts states “Dying Matters to me because I have a life-limiting condition. However, the truth is Dying Matters for everyone. We’re all going to die, I just have more knowledge of how and when I will die than the rest of the population. That said, even I don’t know when I will die. I was given a five year

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Grief and Life

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Grief and Life

Grief is not a quick fix but a long journey of adjustment.   It is naive to think it goes away but it always remains to an extent. If you would like to learn more about bereavement counseling training, then please review the program. The article, Grief Is a Long Game, by Sarah Kravits, states “I am a goal-oriented person. I think this is because I have a gene for it, although it may be a combination of nature and nurture. My mother, who taught preschool, suspects that she encouraged it by bringing Montessori principles into her parenting – specifically, when

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Maternal Bereavement Effect

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Maternal Bereavement Effect

The loss of a child can be the most devistating thing to happen to a parent.  The maternal bereavement effect of losing a child can cause death even for the parent due to extreme heart ache. This article looks at Debbie Reynold and the loss of her daughter, Carrie Fisher and the resulting death.  Please also review our Bereavement Counseling program The article,  The ‘Maternal Bereavement Effect’ Explains Why So Many Parents Die After Their Children, by Drake Baer, states, “Tragedy doubled this week when Carrie Fisher died at age 60 following a heart attack, and then a day later,

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Sadness and Joy of the Holidays

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Sadness and Joy of the Holidays

Good article about the mixture of joy of the holidays and grief of past loss.  It is very common for these two emotions to interwine during the holidays as one finds joy but also sadness if memory of lost loved ones.  The intensity can vary as well depending on how fresh the wound is.  If you would like to learn more, please review the article and also please review our bereavement counseling program. The article, “When Grief at Holiday Time Overlaps with Joy” by Janna Farley states “It’s a time of tradition, tasty treats, and holiday cheer. But for people

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Complicated Grief

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Complicated Grief

Grief can sometimes be pathological and not merely a natural response to loss.  This article looks at pathological grief. Of course natural grief is never a disease. If you would like to learn more please review our bereavement counseling program The article, “Is Grief a Disease? A new theory is challenging the way psychologists understand mourning”  by Andrea Volpe states, “After Stephanie Muldberg’s 13-year-old son Eric died of Ewing’s sarcoma in 2004, she was lost in a sea of grief. Her days were long, unstructured, monotonous. She barely left her New Jersey home. When she did leave, she planned her

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Election Grief

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Election Grief

Good article about the feeling of loss a person can experience if the elected official they want does not become elected Post election grief is a reality for many individuals and how they cope is important not only for themselves but for the whole nation as a whole Please review our bereavement counseling program The article, “Coping With Your Post-Election Grief” by Rachel Ricketts, states   “As I sit here to write this, the US election has just been called. To my complete horror and astonishment, Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States. I can’t even

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Rainbow Babies

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Rainbow Babies

This article discusses the sadness of a losing a child and what a rainbow baby is.  What, however if a rainbow baby never comes?  Please read this article to learn more and also please review our bereavement counseling program The article, Grieving Without The Hope Of A Rainbow Baby, by Tara Rigg states   “Ah, a rainbow. A beautiful sign that the storm is over and that better things are on the way. Nature’s way of saying that all is well and the sun can come out again. The term “Rainbow Baby” is all the rage these days. A Rainbow

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Big Grief

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Big Grief

A good article that looks at some of the bigger losses in life that we may face and how one will cope when they strike. The article from the Huffington Post states We are hard-wired for connection and when a meaningful connection is severed — be it someone who has held a special place in our personal firmament of love and affection or someone who has betrayed and abandoned us — we feel devastating loss. Loss of this magnitude births grief — grief for what was, what is now and what will never be. Big Grief brings you to your

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Being there for Grieving Friends and Family: Support vs. Comfort – What’s Your Grief

Being there for Grieving Friends and Family: Support vs. Comfort – What’s Your Grief

First and foremost, please allow me to explain what’s happening with this post. For those of you who don’t know, we’ve been doing audio podcasts for about a year now (you can check those out on iTunes).  We originally started the podcast thinking that some people might prefer listening to their grief support over reading, and the idea o Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com Good article WYG about support and comforting and the differences.  As certified grief counselors, we need to know the difference and how to support. If you would like to learn more about our bereavement counseling program then please review #bereavementcounselingprogram