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7 Ways to Deal With Grief and Celebrate Life On Easter

7 Ways to Deal With Grief and Celebrate Life On Easter

Do you feel ambivalent about the upcoming Easter holiday? If so, you are not alone.  A friend recently told me that she wasn’t looking forward to Easte Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com It can be very difficult to celebrate life and resurrection on Easter when you are facing grief and loss.  Many holidays represent a memory of a loved one who is no longer with us.  These things are a reality but this article gives us seven ways to still look ahead and celebrate Please review our Christian Counseling and Grief Counseling programs and see if they match your academic

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Grief Counseling Programs: When Does Grief Become Pathological?

Grief Counseling Programs: When Does Grief Become Pathological?

Grief Counseling Programs: Grief a Disorder? The past discussions of grief as a disorder or a pathology have died with many of Freud’s ideas on grief.  Grief counselors, especially certified grief counselors,  deal with basic human grief as a natural reaction to loss.  However, in some cases, grief can become complicated.  In these cases, grief can become classified as a disorder when accomodation and adaptation never comes after grief. Kevin Hartnett of the Boston Globe writes about this in his article, “Is Grief Really a Disorder”. To read the article, click here To learn more about grief and grief counseling