July 2011


Survival Tips for Coping with the Holidays


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During the winter months, the short days and gray skies may be disheartening. Cloudy days frequently outnumber sunny days in our Cleveland winter. This lack of sunshine and light can add a depressive element to your grief. Turn on the lights! Talk to a friend or counselor. Remember that the seasons change and spring will come.
 
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July 01 2011


Skating through Grief: An Olympian’s Choice


Joannie Rochette, bronze medalist in the 2010 Winter Olympics for Canada skated through her grief. Two days before the short program, Rochette’s mother died suddenly of a heart attack, just hours after arriving in Vancouver to watch her daughter skate. Rochette chose to continue competing in her mother’s honor. In the Olympic short program, Rochette recorded a personal best, the third highest score of the night. Two days later, she held on to her third place position after the long program and won the bronze medal.
 
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July 01 2011

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