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Living With Grief

Life After The Death Of My Son – A Mother’s Story

Losing anyone we love is heartbreaking. After losing her son Brian in an accident, Lisa thought she’ll never be able to live life again. But somehow, the process of grieving did its work, and she found a new normal, a life that her son would have wanted her to live. Here’s her story, in her …

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4 Corona Virus Grief Symptoms And 5 Types Of COVID Grief

Corona virus grief is a real everyday reality that is a part of our daily lives. No matter what phase of COVID emotions you’re dealing with, there are ways that you can start to process the grief. Knowing that you’re not alone in your thoughts and emotions is one way to figure out how to …

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How To Help Grieving Children – Age Specific Support

Children of all ages grieve. They just do it in a different way than adults. They experience sadness, anger, guilt, fear, and anxiety. Even very young children can sense that the household is in turmoil and are affected by the tragedy in a very real sense. So, today we’ll look at how to help grieving …

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Living With Grief After Sudden Loss – Coping With Accidents & Sudden Illness Death

Losing a loved one suddenly, to trauma, an accident, or a sudden deadly illness like a heart attack or stroke, can be devastating. The suddenness of the tragedy can overwhelm you, put you into “shock”. How can you continue living with grief after sudden loss? Living With Grief After Sudden Loss You may have a …

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Sympathy Throw Blankets For Comfort

What could be more comforting to a grieving soul than wrapping up in a soft, cuddly sympathy throw or angel blanket? Sympathy Throw Blankets Sympathy throws are simply woven or fleece snuggling blankets with a photo woven onto it. Usually given as sympathy gifts, there is no reason why you can’t create your own memory …

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Grief Masks & Sculpture To Help You Connect With Your Soul

So what are grief masks? First, think of it in a context of hidden emotions. People in bereavement often put up a brave front, or pretend that they are fine when they’re not. You might say they are actually putting on a “grief mask” to hide their true feelings from the outside world. Next, think …

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Recover From Grief Sitemap – Start Here

Are you struggling to find peace after losing a loved one? This recover from grief sitemap lists of all the pages from the site in one place for easy access. Home page – You can trust our grief recovery website for straight answers, practical advice… and hope. Recover From Grief Sitemap The Grief Recovery Handbook, …

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Write A Grief Poem – Using Poetry As Therapy

“There is no grief like the grief that does not speak.” ~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882) Writing about painful experiences is key to a successful recovery. If journal writing is not your bag, try your hand at poetry… yes, you! Writing a grief poem taps into your own private creativity. There is just something about the …

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Grief In Children – Help the Kids Find Their Way

As we go through the process of grief, let’s not forget the children. Grief in children is often forgotten, but oh… so important to acknowledge!   Grief In Children “As great scientists have said and as all children know, it is above all by the imagination that we achieve perception, and compassion, and hope.” ~ …

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