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Carol Staudacher


Grief educator and author Carol Staudacher writes The Journey Through Sorrow, a continuing examination of the adult grieving process:

"If Only I Had.

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How can the bereaved overcome feelings of regret?

By Carol Staudacher

01/16/01

Holidays From the Heart

There are ways to turn a season of loss into one filled with meaning.

By Carol Staudacher

11/30/2000

Anger: Grief's Irate Companion

Blame and hostility can be barriers to dealing with feelings of loss.

By Carol Staudacher

10/20/2000

When a Child Dies

Surviving the death of dreams

7/12/2000

By Carol Staudacher

The Grief of Your Dying Loved One

Family and friends can help guide the dying in understanding the range of emotions they experience.

9/12/2000

By Carol Staudacher

Why Suicide?

Q&A on the most common and painful question of suicide survivors: Why?

06/03/00

By Carol Staudacher

Surviving a Violent Death

The special challenges of grieving a loved one lost to suicide, accident, or violent crime.

05/23/00

By Carol Staudacher

Next in Line for Death--Or Life?

A parent's death stirs up fears of our own mortality.

05/09/00

By Carol Staudacher

Will My Grief Ever End?

When the pain of grief persists, what can you do?

04/11/00

By Carol Staudacher

What Did You Inherit?

A comforting way to reframe one of the common, tasteless questions people ask the bereaved.

03/28/00

By Carol Staudacher

Q & A: How Do I Find a Support Group?...Plan a Memorial Service?

Answering practical questions about bereavement.

03/03/00

By Carol Staudacher

Q & A: Is my Grief 'Normal'?

Questions and answers about how we grieve.

02/11/2000

By Carol Staudacher

The Small "Insanities" of Grief

How the onset of grief can make you wonder if you're losing your mind.

01/28/00

By Carol Staudacher

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