December 2019


Memorial Day Short Film Honors Veterans and Their Families


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Memorial Day is dedicated to remembering and honoring the sacrifices of the more than one million men and women who gave their lives while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. For our nation’s veterans – as well as the families who had loved ones die while serving their country – the occasion can trigger waves of powerful emotions. While remembering is important, doing so can also elicit painful feelings of grief and loss.
 
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May 27 2021

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The GriefWork Companion: Activities for Healing


Inspired by the personal and professional experiences of its authors, “The GriefWork Companion” is an educational book, filled with journaling pages, easy-to-navigate activities, poems and quotations. 
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May 24 2021

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A Child's View


Summer is here, school’s out and your routine is about to change. Hopefully you can spend more time outside without coats, boots and mittens. You may feel “lighter” in your summer shorts and sandals, but your heart may be heavy as you miss your special person and remember good times you used to enjoy together.
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May 24 2021

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Death of an Adult Sibling


Adults who experience the death of a sibling are often forgotten mourners. Sympathy quickly focuses on the parents or spouse or children of the deceased. Brothers and sisters may be left to cope with their feelings alone, often with no one to acknowledge their grief or to understand what they are going through. 
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May 24 2021

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Moving Through Grief


You’ve probably heard it said many times that you can’t get around grief, you must go through it. One of the hardest things we may ever do is try to navigate life while moving through the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual pain of grief.
 
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May 24 2021

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