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In her book, Carole Brody Fleet discusses how to get through the grief of widowhood.
Love doesn’t end when another person's breath does. At a time when we're hurting, the last thing we need is someone chastising us for talking to our lost loved one. If you find yourself uncertain, here are a few thoughts.
It’s still something you’ll always remember, when a loved one passes way. What do you do when it happens to you? Here are several ways to cope with this loss.
Children feel the same acute sense of loss that adults do. But often they need an adult to guide them through it.
There are a wide range of feelings: positive ones such as love, joy and appreciation, as well as those considered negative such as anger, sadness, fear, grief or embarrassment. They all play an important role. Expressing feelings in constructive ways helps and heals our bodies, relationships and families. Here are some principles and tips.
Children don't always understand death or grief, but parents can offer a helping hand.
When tragedy strikes, it's hard to find happiness again. Here are some things to do help you through these periods and bring you on the ro.