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This Is Your Mind On Grief (And What To Do About It)

This Is Your Mind On Grief (And What To Do About It)

It’s anything but simple. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com Great and detailed article with charts about grief and how to deal with grief in a healthy way Please review this article as well as our grief counseling education program #griefcounselingeducationprogram

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Does Facing Death Lessen Fears Of Dying?

Does Facing Death Lessen Fears Of Dying?

Most people seem to fear death. Not surprising, according to Harvard researchers, who say even the word can increase nervousness and sadness. Sourced through Scoop.it from: nepr.net Good article about facing our fears  of death but also asks if we do face them, will we still fear death ultimately?  Death will always incur doubt and fear, but facing it, helps us understand it more and help us understand what our loved ones who one day will die feel about it.  These are things to discuss   Please review our grief counseling education program and see if it matches your academic

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Grief Counseling Education Program: Grief Is Just Not Always About Loss Centered On Death

Grief Counseling Education Program: Grief Is Just Not Always About Loss Centered On Death

Grief Counseling Education Program: Grief is Loss of Something Grief and the process that accompanies it is a reaction to loss.  It is a natural reaction to something that was once valued but is no longer within one’s touch.  We usually think of death, but this can be applied to loss love, loss finance and anything we value.  While the grief correlates with the subjective value of the object lost, it still nonetheless is a real experience for the grieving agent or person. Grief counselors must remember this. With this in mind, we need to only recall a few weeks

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Grief Counseling Education Program: Early Attachment Bonding and Its Effects on Adult Grieving

Grief Counseling Education Program: Early Attachment Bonding and Its Effects on Adult Grieving

Grief Counseling Education Program: Attachment Bonds and Grief Reactions As social creatures, humans must interact in society.  At every level there exists various relationships from the micro level of the family to the macro level of a nation.  In each relationship various bonds form between people and the health and intensity of each bond reflects the grief reaction.  The work of John Bowlby best expresses this when he conducted his research regarding mother/child bonding. The first and most sacred bond is the bond between child and parent.  This caregiving bond establishes not only immediate care and love but also lays