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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

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Grief Counseling Certification Program: The Empty Seat: Coping with Grief During the Holidays

Grief Counseling Certification Program: The Empty Seat: Coping with Grief During the Holidays

Coping With Grief and Loss During the Holiday Coping with grief on any particular day is hard enough but when the calendar year recycles, grief can become intense especially for holidays.  Holidays only one year removed where  the previous year we shared Thanksgiving dinner with a loved one, or celebrated their birthday,opened presents during Christmas, or cheered in the New Year. The FuneralPlan.com site lists information of this sort on their website.  The article, “Coping with Grief During the Holidays” takes a look at how people feel and what they should and should not do in regards to celebrating the holidays despite

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Grief Counseling Certification Program: Grief Recovery and Attachment

Grief Counseling Certification Program: Grief Recovery and Attachment

Recovery can be harder when one has attachments to the one lost Grief Recovery Past psychological misconceptions on grief portrayed grief as an irregular element of human experience that needed to be avoided at all costs.In some cases, it was even classified as a pathology that needed cleansed from the system.  Freud insisted that energy devoted to what was lost, must be reinvested into new things or new relationships.This materialistic concept of the “now” and “here”, swept away the spiritual needs of the soul and attachment to the lost object or person.While complicated grief can become a pathology, it is