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.
Category: The Grief Compass
“October 15 marks a day of reflection for many parents across the U.S. – National Infant and Pregnancy Loss Remembrance Day. Many people have experienced the arrival of a new baby and all the joy, wonder, and fulfillment of long-held hopes that such a life-changing […]
Children may have many questions or concerns about yesterday’s violence in Las Vegas. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network provides tips for talking with your children about mass shootings and violence. Feel free to contact Full Circle at 912-2947 ext 107 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you […]
HELPING CHILDREN REMEMBER AND HONOR THEIR LOVED ONES By Allyson England Drake, M.Ed, CT Founder/Executive Director Saying goodbye to a loved one who has died is one of the most difficult experiences for a child. This painful process can be made a little easier […]
SAYING “I’M SORRY” WHEN SOMEONE IS GRIEVING By Allyson England Drake, M.Ed, CT Founder/Executive Director Many times, individuals don’t feel comfortable with what is appropriate to say to someone who is grieving the death of someone significant. Is saying “I am sorry” sufficient or appear […]
By: Allyson England Drake, M.Ed, CT Founder/Executive Director Often, the beginning of the school year brings extra stress and worry for children who are grieving. The Dougy Center has shared an article to help parents and caregivers discover helpful suggestions to make returning to school […]