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Look & Laugh, but Don’t TALK About Death: Halloween & Death Exposure
Before you think that I am anti-Halloween because of the ideas expressed below, I want to ...
Say “Died”: Don’t Lie to Kids About Death
Talking to kids about grief is a classic example of ways adults over-complicate, over-think, and over-explain the ideas of death and what it’s like to miss someone. Talking about death i...
“But, it’s been 10 years …” Grieving a Long Ago Loss
|| This month I am sharing a unique experience I had at a grief workshop where a 10 year old loss came flooding back to me in a deeply profound and changing way. I’m excited to share it with...
Keeping the Grief Box Open
|| This month’s blog looks at unique and proactive ways to unpack the closed grief boxes in order to help create connection and more meaningful support. 3 Ways to Kee...
Forget About Closure: A New Way to Look at Grief
The word “closure” is a tricky and usually misused word. Taken from it’s Latin root “clausura,” literally meaning “to close,” the word is often used to signify what we expect or hope peopl...
Death Died a Long Time Ago
As Easter approaches and Spring continues to bloom all over our beautiful county, my heart and eyes behold the hope of this season; the hope of life. A favorite song of mine growing up had t...
How Long Does Grief Last? The Surprising Answer
We all want to know how long something terrible is going to last, knowing gives us a sense of control over the unknown and comforts us with the confident knowledge of an end. But grief is ve...
Grief During the Holidays: 5 Ways for Adults and Children to Remember
Each year as we prepare for and pass by our Candlelight Service of Remembrance I am confronted with the multitudes of losses experienced in our community in just 1 year. I think of these fam...
A Crash Course in Listening: 3 Do’s and Don’ts
One of the biggest concerns people have when they encounter a bereaved individual isn’t (strangely enough) how the bereaved person is doing, but “what do I say to them?” The secret to “wha...
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