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The Power of “Prophetic” Grief

The Power of “Prophetic” Grief

Prophetic grief can spur action and change; instead of focusing on the one who murders, we need to focus on the larger culture that fosters hatred and violence. It’s easier to deal with the ‘who’ and singularize the crime and make one person responsible and thereby excuse ourselves. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com Good article on the power of grief when channeled to promote healing and change.  This article looks at what is called prophetic grief as a national way to push change admist pain and loss If you would like to take grief counseling courses then please review our

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Miscarriages and Grief and How to Become a Certified Grief Counselor

Miscarriages and Grief and How to Become a Certified Grief Counselor

Grief Counseling and Miscarriages and How to become a certified grief counselor     One of the hardest things to grief counsel is a miscarriage.  Miscarriages strip a woman of part of herself.  She feels the intimacy of the lost more than anyone else in the family.  The hormones, the emotion and the lost can become overbearing.  Perhaps the most painful aspect of the loss is that it was unseen.  Without any formal burial or ceremony, it can become a disenfranchised loss.   Clara Hinton writes about this horrible experience many women go through.  In her article, “Miscarriage Is Such

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Grief counseling courses help with grieving

Grief counseling courses Grief counseling courses can be very helpful if you have suffered the loss of a friend or family member. It can be hard to process the emotions that are associated with grief. Grief counseling courses can help you find your way through the grief so that you can move on with your life. It is important to take the courses seriously and embrace what they have to teach you. Everyone processes grief differently so it takes time to deal with what has happened. You can find these courses online and many hospitals hold them for people. It

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Grief Counseling and Issues of Attachment

Grief Counseling and Issues of Attachment

Grief and Attachment The longer and stronger the attachment, the greater the grief A lot of literature about grief is overwhelmingly death orientated. This is a good thing in that death is a universal experience but it is not an everyday thing. True, the loss of a loved one permeates one’s daily life long after the event, but the actual event is singular and for the more fortunate, not nearly as regular. The reality is most people go to counseling for relationship loss.  Grief counselors deal with many people who are devastated by divorce, a cheating spouse, a broken engagement,

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Grief Counseling Courses: Broken Relationships and Attachment Theory in Grief Therapy

Grief Counseling Courses: Broken Relationships and Attachment Theory in Grief Therapy

Grief Counseling Courses A lot of literature about grief is overwhelmingly death orientated.  While death is a universal experience it is still not an everyday thing.  True, the loss of a loved permeates one’s daily life long after the event, but the actual event is singular and for the more fortunate, not nearly as regular.  The reality is most people go to counseling  or grief therapy for a relationship loss.       The Pains and Grief of the Heart  Grief counselors deal with many people who are devastated by divorce, a cheating spouse, a broken engagement, or the sudden change of

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Grief Counseling Courses: How to Handle a Patient’s Death from Nurse Together

Grief Counseling Courses Death is a very final event. It is the end of our physical life as we know it.  Many cultures and populations follow special mannerisms or traditions in order to transition a person and loved one from this world. For the living, sometimes it is a method of meaningful closure through environmental control and the provision of physical, emotional, and medical comfort to the person in need. There are times, however, when control and comfort are not possible due to unforeseen, emergent, or extenuating circumstances or when the individual is hospitalized with a suddenly poor prognosis. How