End-of-Life, Grief/Grieving/Bereavement, Social Work/Helping Profession/Mental Health

Grieving the people we’ve loved and lost — ideas.ted.com

This is such a great piece! I very much agree that when one dies and leaves the physical realm of this earth-people can still communicate in their own personal way through imagination, candle lighting, visiting the gravesite, looking at pictures or bringing up memories.

Whenever I miss my grandmother, I can turn to the many letters we wrote one another. I can look at photos, I can bring up happy memories.

 

-We can stay connected to them by creating our own special rituals, says psychologist and grief expert Kim Bateman. In 1990, one of my younger brothers died in an avalanche while extreme skiing. He was only 21, and the horrific memory I have from that time is of his body lying at the bottom of…

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