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Grief and the Holidays

Grieving the loss of a loved one is never easy. However, grief and the holidays can be especially challenging when celebrations, traditions, and family gatherings heighten our sense of loss.
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Setting Boundaries in Grief Recovery

Good fences make good neighbors – and personal boundaries allow you to set limits and create a healthy space between you and others. Creating and maintaining healthy personal boundaries is always a good practice, but it is even more essential when you are grieving the loss of a loved one. Setting grief boundaries will help you navigate this difficult and emotional time.
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Understanding Summer Grief

It was somewhere near the end of June, years back, that I learned an important lesson about summer grief while working in the bereavement department at Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care.
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How Art & Ritual Support Grieving Children

The loss of a family member, friend, or another significant person is difficult for people of any age, and it’s natural for children to experience grief when a death occurs. Well-meaning adults often avoid talking about the person who passed away to avoid upsetting the child, but it is important for children to express and process their grief.