Posted on May 19, 2022 in Coping with GriefThe loss of a loved one is one of the most difficult experiences we can face. Whether expected or unexpected, young or old, there is a disorientation that comes with living in a world without this person who meant so much to you.
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Posted on December 23, 2021 in Coping with GriefAnyone experiencing grief this time of year can tell you that the holidays are especially hard. They come with expectations of happiness, pleasant gatherings with family and friends, decorations, and special food. Now, through a choice no one made, the holidays are missing someone integral to those celebrations.
Posted on December 22, 2021 in Coping with GriefThe holiday season is generally thought of as a time of friends and family gathering together in celebration. But loneliness during holidays is a common experience for many people. This can occur because you are separated from your family due to distance, circumstances like COVID-19 restrictions, or interpersonal conflict.
Posted on September 26, 2021 in Coping with GriefFunerals are meant to be a place to mourn the loss of a loved one, celebrate their life, and offer support and sympathy to fellow mourners. Funeral favors and mementos are a growing trend at funerals, memorials, and life celebration events. They are a way for everyone who attends to keep a little reminder of your loved one close at hand.
Posted on August 11, 2021 in Coping with GriefThe unimaginable pain of losing a child causes devastating and lasting grief. It shatters a parent’s hopes and dreams for the future and can leave parents feeling helpless and unmoored – regardless of the child’s age or circumstances of the loss.
Posted on May 30, 2021 in Coping with GriefMourning the loss of a loved one at any age can be an isolating and solitary experience. But for older folks who have spent numerous decades living every day with a spouse or life partner, the process of grieving and beginning a new chapter of life can feel overwhelming.