Category Archive: Grieving

Blog posts about grieving and death

Sep 28 2017

Dying With Grace: What Does That Look Like?

Dying With Grace: What Does That Look Like? – Vol 423, Sept. 28, 2017 It is the summer of 1996 and I am brought to meet my first elder client. Her name is Rose, and she is ninety years old. She lives in a split level home, beautiful upstairs, yet she is no longer allowed to …

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Sep 14 2017

Dealing with The Loss of My Mother

Dealing with The Loss of My Mother – Vol. 421, Sept. 14, 2017 We were called in by the nurse at my mother’s nursing home to be close to my mother as it seemed her life was at its end. We knew that this was coming, having been to the funeral home just two days before …

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Feb 16 2017

How to Be Present When One You Love is Critically Ill & Even May Be Dying

How to Be Present When One You Love is Critically Ill & Even May Be Dying – Vol. 401, February 16, 2017 This is of course a very hard subject for some people to deal with, and yet, it is a most important one to understand. Over the years I have worked with many people …

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Jan 14 2016

Healing Losses: The Fastest and Healthiest Way To Do So

Healing Losses: The Fastest and Healthiest Way To Do So – Vol. 343, January 14, 2015 Over the years, I have had many clients who have experienced great losses. “Losses” includes everything from several animals and three grandparents of a 19 year old who called saying he was too sad to write his music, to a …

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Mar 26 2015

How To Help Your Teen Grieve the Loss of a Friend

  How To Help Your Teen Grieve the Loss of a Friend – Vol. 303, March 26, 2015 Though the number of teens dying has gone down according to the National Center for Health Statistics, an average of 16,375 teenagers 12 – 19 died from 1999 to 2008. That equals 49.5 deaths per 100,000 population. Motor vehicle …

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Feb 05 2015

How To Help Your Teen Grieve the Loss of a Friend

 How To Help Your Teen Grieve the Loss of a Friend – Vol. 297, February 5, 2015 Though the number of teens dying has gone down according to the National Center for Health Statistics, an average of 16,375 teenagers 12 – 19 died from 1999 to 2008. That equals 49.5 deaths per 100,000 population. Motor …

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May 05 2014

Why Is Suicide the #3 Killer of kids 15 -24 Years of Age? – Vol.107, June 30, 2011

According to the National Institute of health suicide is the number one killer of 15 to 24 year olds. This is true even though many of these kids have all the material things they could desire. There are many reasons for this to occur. Inside this article find out what to look for and how you can help curtail this problem.

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