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Coping With Things Left Unsaid

Coping With Things Left Unsaid

I want you to imagine you’re listening to a child playing the piano.  This particular child is relatively new to piano and has just started learning the complicated business playing chords.  As you listen to her play, you notice that some chords sound pleasant and pleasing, but every once in a while she hits the wrong not Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com Great article for the bereaved who wish to cope with the loss of a loved one.  Especially in reghards to things left unsaid If you would like to learn more about grief counseling education then please review #griefcounselingeducation

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How To Have Everyday Conversations About Death And Dying

How To Have Everyday Conversations About Death And Dying

Even though there has been increasing media attention to end-of-life issues over the past year, we still live in a death-phobic, death-avoidant culture. While our movie and videogame screens are fi… Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com One of the most important conversations you can have is one you more than likely avoid. Conversation about death and dying is important for your wishes as well as others.  It is not morbid or unhealthy If you would like to learn more about death and dying as well as grief counseling education, then please review the program #griefcounselingeducation

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The Unlikely Doll Collector: Sentimentality & Holding Onto Items

The Unlikely Doll Collector: Sentimentality & Holding Onto Items

This is my doll collection. For those of you who don’t know me, I am not meant to have a doll collection. I mean, just look at how dusty and slouchy those poor dolls are!  It’s as though they’ve been sitting in a laundry basket in a basement closet wrapped in Wegmans shopping bags for the past … Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com Good article about how hard it can be to let go of possessions of our deceased loved ones.  While there are cases of extremism, there are also moderate cases of just wanting to hold on.  Most the times, this

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Spending Mother’s Day with Ghosts: Mother’s Day Grief

Spending Mother’s Day with Ghosts: Mother’s Day Grief

According to tradition, I will spend this Mother’s Day torn between life and death. In one hand I will feel the tangible grasp of my daughter’s soft hand; in one-half of my mind I will be smiling; and in one-half of my heart I will feel the warmth of my family’s love and appreciation. In … Source: www.whatsyourgrief.com A good article about Mother’s Day Grief.  How do individuals handle the loss of their mother or being a mother and losing a child?  This article looks at some ways to express this grief If you would like to learn more about

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Grief Counseling Education: 5 Tips to Dealing with a Miscarriage

Grief Counseling Education: 5 Tips to Dealing with a Miscarriage

Grief Counseling Education and 5 Tips to Dealing with a Miscarriage   Dealing with a miscarriage can be heartbreaking for both you and your partner. By practicing good self-care in the days and weeks following this tragic event, you can ensure that you will maintain your mental and physical health and prepare yourself for the next steps in your family planning. Read on for five tips to follow if you’ve had a recent miscarriage. 1. Follow Up with Your OB/GYN According to Vitals, seeing your medical provider after your miscarriage can help determine the cause of the miscarriage. While this

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Grief Counseling Education: “Good Grief”?

Grief Counseling Education: “Good Grief”?

Grief Counseling Education: Grief Has a Purpose Is there anything good about grief?  Grief is far from a pathological condition but is a natural reaction to loss.  While intense and painful it serves various functions.  When looking at grief, one cannot dismiss it, rush it, or ignore it but must embrace it and allow the natural psychological reactions to take place. The loss of someone or something forever effects someone, but the time of adjustment or adaptation is a transitional period where the emotion of grief serves a purpose.  Grief enables the person to express his or her feelings but also