Helping Grieving Children Through the Holidays Adults play an important role in helping children grieve, especially over the holidays when new emotions and memories can hit with full force. Children often have trouble expressing their emotions, and when they see their parents hurting, they naturally […]
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Twelve Practical Tips for Saying, Doing the Right Things The holidays are quickly approaching, and while many people look forward to yearly traditions, gatherings with family and friends and the general good feelings associated with the season, some people dread the holidays. For those who […]
Helping Children Cope with Grief During the Holidays Click here for 6 tips to help children cope with grief during the holidays plus 3 remembrance activities – encouraging them to remember and honor the lost loved one through both old and new traditions can […]
The pressures around the holidays can be even more challenging after the death of a family member. Here are some tips from The Dougy Center to consider that may help as you navigate the challenges, as well as a Holiday Plan Worksheet downloadable flyer […]
Holidays are about togetherness and joy. When one is grieving during the holiday season, togetherness and joy with their loved one is not an option. Holidays are innately more difficult and only magnify the loss.The sadness feels sadder and the loneliness goes deeper. The need […]
These are great insight to help understand the early days of grief. Early grief is not an ordinary time, and ordinary rules do not apply. You may find something helpful in this information to help you through your grief. You are not alone.