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- Help Within A Stone April 1, 2016
- Living After A Child Dies January 10, 2016
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My Grown-Up Grief List
One of my favorite Christmas songs is on the CD Home for Christmas by Amy Grant. The song is, “Grown-Up Christmas List.” The words of the chorus sum up so many of my own personal sentiments that I often sing … Continue reading
Posted in Bereavement, death, Education, Faith, Friends, Grief, grieving, growth, Healing, Inspiration, Lessons from others, Life's Losses Tagged Amy Grant, bereavement, body mind and spirit, Christmas, family, friends, grief, Grown-Up Christmas List, Loss, loved one, New Year's, prayer, self-care 8 Comments
How Do I Help a Child Grieve?
Dr. Donna Schuurman is the Executive Director of The Dougy Center for Grieving Children & Families in Portland, Oregon, and an internationally recognized authority on grief and bereaved children, teens, and families. Attending the 5th Annual Grief Education Conference this … Continue reading
Posted in Bereavement, Childhood, death, Education, funerals, Grief, grieving, Helping a grieving child, My story, Parenting, parents, Resources, What do the experts say? Tagged bereavement, books, childhood loss, communication, Dr. Donna Schuurman, grief, grief education, GriefNet, grieving, helping a grieving child, Milwaukee, resources, The Dougy Center, websites, What's your Grief? Center for Loss & Life Transition, Wisconsin 4 Comments
The Green Bay Packer playoff loss to the San Francisco 49er’s this past Sunday, left me feeling even colder than I already did in the frigid temperatures of Southeastern Wisconsin. So, I did what I am sure many others did … Continue reading
Posted in Grief, Lessons from others, Uncategorized Tagged bereavement, Downton Abbey, grief, grief work, symptoms of grief 4 Comments