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Grief Counseling Certification Article on Grieving the Living

Grief Counseling Certification Article on Grieving the Living

An article that brings to clarity the complications that come with grieving the living. Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification The article, Grieving The Living: When your “lost” loved one is still alive, by Kristi Hugstad states, “Grief is a big word. It’s a big word that often comes attached with it visions of caskets, funeral homes and sympathy cards. But grief isn’t just about death. As I said in a former blog, you might experience grief due to any variety of loss – the loss of a career, marriage or yes, a loved one. When my husband, Bill, completed suicide,

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Grief Counseling Certification Article on Marriage and the Loss of a Child

Grief Counseling Certification Article on Marriage and the Loss of a Child

So many times the loss of a child can cause a marriage to fall apart.  These secondary losses are a result of the primary loss and the stress that emits from that loss. Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification The article, We Lost Our Newborn Baby. Can This Marriage Survive?, by STEVE ALMOND and CHERYL STRAYED state,  “One thing that’s vital to realize is that it’s not the sorrow of a child’s death that tears certain couples apart. It’s a sense of isolation within that sorrow. You and your husband should consider it your central goal to share your feelings with one

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Grief Counseling Certification Article on Death of a Classmate

Grief Counseling Certification Article on Death of a Classmate

Classmates can also grieve the loss of a friend or schoolmate.  It can also affect them mentally and remind them of their own mortality. Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification, as well as our Child and Adolescent Grief Counseling Program The article, Alone in my grief’: why some students are left to mourn alone when a classmate dies, states “When former College student Aran Rana of the Class of 2019 died in Hong Kong this year, his closest friends found out in the same way and at the same time that over 10,000 other undergraduates did: five paragraphs in an email

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Grief Counseling Certification Article About Santa and Dying Boy

Grief Counseling Certification Article About Santa and Dying Boy

Sad Christmas article from TIME magazine.  Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification to learn more about our program In the meantime, remember many people feel great sadness during this time of year and not everyone experiences a merry Christmas. The article, “Santa Claus Who Says Boy Died in His Arms Stands by Story Amid Doubts” by Melissa Chan The article states “I tried to do a good deed. Now I am being made out to be a liar” The Tennessee Santa Claus who went viral for his heartbreaking story about a terminally ill boy dying in his arms stood

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Grief Counseling Certification Article on the Loss of A Child

Grief Counseling Certification Article on the Loss of A Child

The greatest loss is a child.  This article looks at this intense and hurtful grief.  If you would like to learn more about loss, please review our grief counseling blog and also as well consider learning more about AIHCP’s Grief Counseling Certification. The article, “Polly’s People: A child’s death is ‘different kind of heartache’ “by Polly Stram, states “As the holidays approach, Andrea Barnes understands how difficult they will be for parents who have lost children to violence, accidents or illnesses. She knows what it’s like to cry, and she realizes what good intentions people will have by offering advice

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Grief Counseling Certification Article on Grief and Vocation

Grief Counseling Certification Article on Grief and Vocation

Good article about grief and how it affects our whole life and is part of it.  Grief is something we need to accept in life because it is part of life Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification. The article, “How Grief Became My New Vocation” by Laurie Burrows Grad states, I am a food writer by trade. I shaped my culinary career path in my mid-20s. During and after college I had been working as a model in Manhattan doing live shows, photography, and catalogue work, but was totally unfulfilled. After a four-year college education, I knew that I

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64 Things Our Readers Would Tell Their Younger Selves About Grief – What’s Your Grief

64 Things Our Readers Would Tell Their Younger Selves About Grief – What’s Your Grief

We’ve been engaged a bit of a dialogue over on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram about the things our readers would tell their younger selves about grief (either before they experienced the death of their loved one or just after).  The advice they have to offer runs the gamut, but echoes the collective wisdom we hear from … Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com Great article about grief and human experience with it.  How we handle grief when younger may be quite different as when older.  This article looks at what we could tell ourselves about loss to our younger selves if we

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Talking About Death – When Do We Begin?

Talking About Death – When Do We Begin?

It is never too soon to befriend this mysterious, unpredictable life experience that we will all undergo. Many of us cheat ourselves out of fully living life by refusing to discuss death until we absolutely have to. It’s impossible to experience the richness of life when we subconsciously cling to it. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com Elisabeth Kubler Ross brought it to attention to many.  Her ideas on death and preparing for it brought this once taboo subject into the daylight to be discussed among families and their terminally ill members, or any member. If you would like to earn

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Talking About Death – When Do We Begin?

Talking About Death – When Do We Begin?

  It is never too soon to befriend this mysterious, unpredictable life experience that we will all undergo. Many of us cheat ourselves out of fully living life by refusing to discuss death until we absolutely have to. It’s impossible to experience the richness of life when we subconsciously cling to it. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com Elisabeth Kubler Ross brought it to attention to many.  Her ideas on death and preparing for it brought this once taboo subject into the daylight to be discussed among families and their terminally ill members, or any member. If you would like to

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Grieving the Death of a Sibling

Grieving the Death of a Sibling

As a general rule, we hesitate to write about different types of loss.  To clarify, I am not referring to types of grief, which we’ve written about extensively.  Instead I am referring to loss in regards to type of relationship, such as the death of a parent, spouse, child, and so on. Allow me to share two … Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com A good article about grieving the death of a sibling.  This is more traumatic than one may think, especially if one is younger.  Even if older, it still a reminder of our own mortality.  Siblings are life long friends