Grief & Bereavement
As we prepare for the death of those who are close to us, we may experience grief before the event even occurs. This can become problematic when it changes the way we feel and act toward them.
Death is a strange phenomenon. No one can quite understand it. But the emptiness we feel when someone we love passes away is truly real.
Is this really true? Can people really die of a broken heart? Recent research has shown that yes you can die of a broken heart. Read on for details.
An article looking at the complexities of grief and suggestions on how to deal with it based on medical advice, but most importantly, through the authors own experience.
The loss of a child is incomprehensible. As I share my personal loss I reveal the conflicts of emotions and a wake up call to what should not be said to a grieving parent.
Here are 8 practical ways to help the bereaved in areas that are often overlooked. The grieving does not always have the mental capacity to answer "How can I help?" Be the one who knows what to do.
Seniors experience more loss than any other age group. Learning to effectively cope with grief and sorrow is essential to continuing life in a happy and healthy manner.
Losing a pet is always painful, and this is my story of losing my beloved Greyhound Lady. I hope this helps other people who have just lost a much loved dog, cat or other pet to know other people do understand the pain...
When we allow grief to do its work, we experience a wide range of emotions, both negative and positive, as our lives adjust themselves to the loss we have experienced.
Put yourself in the place of a dying person. Learn to accept your own mortality and then reach out to someone who has been told they will die soon. Be there to listen and help them accept their situation and prepare...
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