December 2019


Be Ready for the Holidays


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We want to offer a variety of suggestions which will support and guide you as you navigate the jolly jingle of multi-mass media marketing during a time in which your deceased loved one is noticeably absent.


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December 21 2012

Categories: Grief and Loss About Grief Diane Snyder-Cowan 


A Child's View: Getting Through the Winter


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If you are reading this, you may recently have lost someone you love. You may clearly remember the moment you heard that your loved one had died. You may remember where you were and who you were with, or you may be able to recall very little about that moment. It has probably been a stormy time, filled with many overwhelming feelings like anger, sadness, worry and fear. You may have held feelings in your body and experienced stomach aches, headaches or tiredness. 


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December 21 2012

Categories: Grief and Loss About Grief 


The Death of a Twin Brings on a Special Grief


While I am aware of the significant bond between siblings, a presentation by Jacqueline Hatch on twinless twins at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Clinical Conference, offered many new insights on the unique bond between twins. What struck me was the concept that when a twin dies, it is the first time the remaining twin is ever alone.
 
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December 17 2012

Categories: Grief and Loss Diane Snyder-Cowan 


Helping Grieving Children Survive the Holidays


Grieving children experience conflicting emotions during the holiday season. Excitement about presents and parties is often coupled with the sadness of knowing they cannot share them with their deceased loved one.
 
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December 05 2012


Helping Grieving Children Survive the Holidays


Grieving children experience conflicting emotions during the holiday season. Excitement about presents and parties is often coupled with the sadness of knowing they cannot share them with their deceased loved one.
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December 05 2012

Categories: Grief and Loss Diane Snyder-Cowan 

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