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Grief Counseling Certification Program: Grief Has No Expiration Date

Grief Counseling Certification Program:  Grief Has No Expiration Date

An article that describes the reality that if you love then you will eventually one day grieve.  Grief has no expiration date because true love has no expiration date. This article is a good read for individuals who worry their grief lasts too long.  The answer, grief will remain, but become bearable over time. Please review the full article here. If you would like to learn more about our grief counseling certification program.  Please let us know if you have any questions  

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How My Daughter Has Lived With Her Brother’s Death

How My Daughter Has Lived With Her Brother’s Death

Think back to when you were 5 years old. I remember that time in my life fondly. School was new and exciting and you’re happy to learn new things. You… Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com A great article about sibling grief over the loss of a brother or sister.  This article writte from a parent’s perspective of how their suriving child deals with the loss of her brother Please also review our grief counseling certification program and see if the program matches your academic and professional needs. #griefcounselingprogram

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Ongoing Relationships With Those who Have Died – What’s Your Grief

Ongoing Relationships With Those who Have Died – What’s Your Grief

I cling to scraps of my mother.  I’ll take anything I can get. I’ve extracted all that I can from my memories; turning each one over in my mind, carefully searching for something I might have forgotten. I’ve poured over her letters and notes which I keep tucked away among keepsakes of more obvious sentimentality. Here’s a lock of … Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com There is nothing unhealthy with continuing bonds with a deceased family member.  Keeping on to possessions is a natural way to remember.  Of course there is examples of unhealthy bonding when for example someone refuses to go through clothes

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Grief: The unspoken holiday emotion

Grief: The unspoken holiday emotion

Grieving families say festivities and decorations can spur painful memories, but friendship helps carry them through. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.app.com Good article reminding us of the many who suffer through the holidays via loss of a loved one. This article puts things into perspective for many who have not yet tasted the loss of a loved one and a holiday Please review our grief counseling certification program #griefcounselingcertificationprogram

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Talking about death can be a healthy experience

Talking about death can be a healthy experience

Talking about death can be a healthy experience Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.thedalleschronicle.com Talking about dying is important during life. it can also be healthy for someone to experience and share with loved ones.  It is not a taboo but it needs to be addressed If you would like to learn more about grief counseling then please review our grief counseling certification program #griefcounselingcertificationprogram  

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9/11 Victims’ Relatives Mark Anniversary With Grief, Appeals

9/11 Victims’ Relatives Mark Anniversary With Grief, Appeals

During years of going to ground zero every Sept. 11, Tom Acquaviva has seen crowds diminish at the ceremonies commemorating the terror attacks. But his determination to participate hasn’t. “As long as I’m breathing, I’ll be here,” Acquaviva, 81, said Friday as he arrived to pay tribute to… Sourced through Scoop.it from: abcnews.go.com Good article about how grief never dies in regards to the personal survivors and family members of deceased regarding 911. This article looks at how people handle this issue individually in their battle with loss. If you would like to learn more about our Grief Counseling Certification

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If There Were Greeting Cards For Grief

If There Were Greeting Cards For Grief

It might sound crazy, but I think there is definitely room for realistic and humorous cards for parents who’ve lost children. In a situation where no one really knows what to say, it’s nice to let a card do the talking. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com Very good article about the odd and sometimes wrong but well intentioned things we say to a griever.  What if we could make greeting cards for the bereaved, what would they say?  How many of these have you heard when you are down and thought “wow” or how many times after reading this have

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Grief Counseling Certification Program:Grief

Grief Counseling Certification Program:Grief

Grief Counseling Certification Program: The Many Faces of Grief: Common Emotions that are Experienced   Grief is a universal emotion and experience. Everyone will go through grief in their life time. Many will repeat the experience throughout their lives. For a long time grief was shunned by society. People really did not understand it and so it was often a very private experience. Often times the person in grief believed that what they were going through emotionally was abnormal and so they were often reluctant to discuss their experiences. Little had been written about grief and thus people also did not know

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Grief Counseling Certification Program: Activities can ease grief of first Mother’s Day without mom

Grief Counseling Certification Program: Activities can ease grief of first Mother’s Day without mom

Grief Counseling Certification Program The month of May is synonymous with flowers blooming, warm breezes and, of course, Mother’s Day. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This is true for any holiday but especially for anyone who has lost their mother.  Mothers day can be a painful reminder of what was lost.  This article lists many things we can do to better help us cope on Mother’s Day for the sad souls who mourn the loss of their mother. #griefcounseling To learn more about grief counseling and our certifications, please click here Our Grief Counseling Certification Program is completed via

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Grief Counseling Certification Program: Sunday Grief–New Book

Grief Counseling Certification Program: Sunday Grief–New Book

Grief Counseling Certification Program: Grief and God While grief and the existence of God seems like a contradiction to most, spirituality finds God as a source of consolation to that grief.  God is not the source of grief but sin is.  Like Job, we must understand that God does not wish this upon us but only hopes to carry us.  In this we must submit ourselves. Renee Sunday, M.D has just authored a new book on grief.  “Sunday Grief” looks at the inevitable reality of death but offers consolation through the way of God.  If you are interested in reviewing