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
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
Imagine being a parent that has lost a child to death.... Read this blog post, Why We Will Never Get Over It. Bereaved parents feel judged as people assume at some point their grief is done, or they have been grieving too long or the sadness or depression is too much. Parents who have had… Continue reading Imagine being a parent that has lost a child to death….
http://seniorslifestylemag.com/family/whatwhat-not-to-say-to-a-grieving-person/ What NOT to say to a grieving person and what one should say. Ever thought about this? What words are ok to use? This article provides lots of tips for both categories: what to say and what NOT to say. Some examples that are good: How are you doing? Can I help with anything? I'm… Continue reading During Grief and Bereavement: What Do you Say?
Elaine is an eloquent speaker and writer. Congrats for getting to this point and one does not need to have a degree to be a teacher or mentor! Only certain professions require advanced degrees, otherwise life lessons and learning along with certificate programs are excellent in today's world! Source: When Heartbreak Becomes A Second… Continue reading When Heartbreak Becomes A Second Chance – Elaine Mansfield — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library
Take a look at this article on crying and grief... You can also download the Grief Recovery Institute's- The Grief Recovery Method and Six Concepts that Prevent You from Moving Forward. Source: Crying is not losing composure via Crying when grieving is not losing composure — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library
As a professional who has worked with Holocaust Survivors for almost 18 years as a group facilitator and case manager, I can easily say their grief is different and life lasting. Imagine suffering as they did and losing entire families, being the only survivor out of 10, 30, 60 people when you think of extended… Continue reading Shared via Rea L. Ginsberg – The Holocaust: Bereavement takes a different course — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library