Resources & Articles

12 Resources Worth Sharing

12 Resources Worth Sharing

Celebrating 12 years of Full Circle 1.  What’s Your Grief An online community that provides hope, support, and education to anyone wishing to understand the complicated experience of life after loss. 2.  Still Standing Still Standing Magazine has been the world’s leading online voice in…

Remembrance, Connection, and Self-Care

Remembrance, Connection, and Self-Care

By Melissa Weaver, LCSW The experience of grief remains one that perpetuates feelings of isolation, difference, fear, and uncertainty. This journey is often one filled with deep loneliness, disconnect, and raw pain. The process of remembrance brings forth both feelings of comfort and of great longling.  During…

A Month of Remembrance

A Month of Remembrance

At Full Circle, we know that every grief journey is different. We support grieving families, we raise awareness about the grief process, and we provide a safe place throughout that process. Grief has no time limit or schedule. We have seen COVID-19 change the world,…

Supporting Those Grieving an Overdose Loss

Supporting Those Grieving an Overdose Loss

By: Stacia Macklin, LCSW Five years ago, Full Circle recognized that a growing number of families attending our general loss group were grieving the death of a loved one due to accidental drug overdose. In 2015, the number of youth impacted by accidental drug overdose deaths…

Grief & Bereavement for LGBTQ+ Youth

Grief & Bereavement for LGBTQ+ Youth

By Rachel Melhorn, LCSW, Family Bereavement Services Manager In supporting LGBTQ+ youth through grief and loss, it is important to remember the unique experience of these individuals. While it is not unusual for all youth who have experienced a loss to feel alone, a lack…

Worthwhile Grief & Loss Podcasts

Worthwhile Grief & Loss Podcasts

By: Maryse Eubank, M.Ed Podcasts are a great alternative to reading when you are hoping to learn new information. The beauty of a podcast is that you can listen while doing other tasks like walking, folding laundry, or even working on a puzzle. The number of podcast…