2020-04-29
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Beliefnet's Grief & Loss Columns:

  • The Grieving Child by Helen Fitzgerald
  • The Grieving Teen by Helen Fitzgerald
  • Widow's Walk by Lisa Schamess
  • Journey Through Sorrow by Carol Staudacher

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    The Karma of Misfortune?
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    01/30/01

    Hearts of Hope
    One woman turns her loss into a personal ministry.
    12/12/2000
    By Deborah Wormser

    Comfort for Grieving Kids
    Young children are naturals for guided imagery.
    11/9/2000
    By Belleruth Naparstek

    Interfaith Grief
    How should mixed-religion families commemorate the death of a loved one?
    07/27/00
    By David Wolfe

    Is Anybody Listening?
    How directly does God answer prayer? And why do some prayers go unanswered?
    03/09/00
    By Rabbi David Wolpe
  • In God's Hands, Not Ours
    The death of a loved one means not only grief, but also an overwhelming loss of control.
    03/03/00
    By Father John Breck

    Making Loss Matter
    Finding Meaning in Life's Difficult Moments.
    02/25/2000
    By Rabbi David Wolpe

    Walking in the Shadow of Death
    Dwelling on Death Isn't Neurotic; It's Profoundly Healthy.
    02/25/2000
    By Thomas Moore

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