Monthly Archives: June 2014

Grief in the News: June 27

Every individual experiences grief differently.  Here are a couple of headlines that discuss the different ways people experience and heal through grief: Commentary: Grief is unique to each individual, Chapel Hill News When helping a child find their way through unfamiliar and uncomfortable feelings, it is normal to wonder if how they’re doing is how […]

Make ’em Laugh!

A 30-plus minute break may be just what you need so you can handle your grief journey in an appropriate and healthy way.

June 13: Grief in the News

From dealing with your own grief through creativity, to helping a friend experiencing their own grief, here are a few headlines about grief this week.

Father’s Day 2014

Check out these special memories of dad.

April/May 2014 Poll Results

Here’s a look at the April/May 2014 results from the poll question “What time of day do you think of your loved one most?” 61% – All of the time 15% – Middle of the night 11% –  Early evening 9% – Early morning 4% – Mid-day Head over to the front page and vote […]

June 6: Grief in the News

Managing grief can be done in several different ways, from salutary rituals to exercising. Here are a few headlines about grief this week