Coping with Grief Over the Holidays

Hope And The Holidays… Coping With Grief

Courtesy Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care, Colorado Springs SENIOR Magazine

The holidays can be an especially difficult time for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. As others anticipate festivities with family and friends, feelings of loss are often magnified as we become acutely aware of the void in our lives.

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A path towards healing: learning to find hope after the death of a family member

Learning to find hope after the death of a family member

Johnson County LIVING WELL Magazine

In the U.S. today, there is a natural, assumed order to the deaths we will experience in our lives. We believe that our grandparents will die first, then our parents, then our brothers and sisters, and then our children. […]

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Am I paranoid, or are people avoiding me – Jenkins-Soffe, LIVING WELL Magazine

“Am I Paranoid, or Are People Avoiding Me?”

By Russell P. Friedman & John W. James, Jenkins-Soffe, Salt Lake City LIVING WELL Magazine
Even though grievers seem to be walking through quicksand, they usually have a heightened awareness of what is going on around them. […]

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Allen Family Funeral, Options on Grieving and Healing

By: Rick Allen, Allen Family Funeral Options, for SENIOR Magazine (Collin edition)

In our culture today there are those who would argue that viewing the body of a person who has died has little to no positive impact on family and friends. Others contend that viewing the body can have an altogether negative impact because it makes a difficult situation even harder. […]