Important information and something loved ones might not think of: giving permission to your family member or friend to die. If it was in the reverse, would you not want the same? via Giving permission–the final gift via Giving permission to die – – the final gift — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library
A good article on grief, mourning, and bereavement... and the holidays. For many, the upcoming holidays are a happy and joyful time filled with family, friends, gifts, food, and time spent together. For others, the upcoming holidays are a time that makes them sad, sorrowful, unhappy and brings back memories of a loved one. For… Continue reading The Holidays and Bereavement
Closure; what does that mean to you when someone dies? How quickly do you grieve? How quickly do you 'move on' as some expect you to? "For many in our society, closure means leaving grief behind, a milestone they usually expect to reach within a matter of weeks or months. Closure means being “normal”, getting… Continue reading Closure…What Does That Mean?
What a great resource list! Take a look... Courtesy of MastersInCounseling.org |By Dr. Barbara LoFrisco | Published 11.21.2017 Grief Centers & Care Providers | Grief Blogs | Child Loss Grief Resources Widow & Widower Grief Sites | More About Grief & Bereavement Moments of grief occur in everyone’s life. The death of a parent,… Continue reading Coping With Loss: 115 Helpful Websites on Grief and Bereavement — Dying & Death Talk
These are all great blog posts and articles on grief, grieving, and the holidays. No matter if you celebrate Christmas, Chanukah or another holiday at this time of year- the ideas and message are the same. Grieve, remember, come up with new traditions while honoring and remembering the old ones. Very good advice: "Memories can sometimes… Continue reading The Holidays and Grieving…
Listed below are many links to blogs and websites that focus on, discuss or provide information about suicide and grief. Grief and bereavement are normal and one's emotional response to death. Whether it was known the person was dying or not ahead of time does not change the reaction. The emotions might change, the thought… Continue reading Grief and Suicide