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about healing from grief and loss

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 […]

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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

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May 2014: Grief in the News

From coping to unexpected deaths by suicide to sharing stories on Facebook, here are a few headlines about grief in May 2014.

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Comfort Zone Marks 15 Years of Camps

The very first Comfort Zone Camp began in 1999 at Camp Hanover in Virginia.

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A Tissue In Your Pocket

When you get ready to say that final goodbye,
You clutch a tissue in your hand.
Death is like a ton of bricks,
That falls hard upon your land.

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Tell A Story About Mom

This week on Hello Grief’s Facebook and Twitter pages we asked for people to submit special memories of their mothers. Here’s a look at some of the responses.

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Grief In The News

This is the third installment of a new monthly feature highlighting recent news articles about grief.

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March 2014 Poll Results

Here’s a look at the March and early April 2014 results from the poll question “How often do you think about your loved one?

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Broken.

Comfort Zone Camper Matt shares his thoughts about losing his father.

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Understanding “You Are Not Alone”

Comfort Zone Camp: You Are Not Alone

“You are not alone” were the words whispered to me by my big buddy, the person who gave up her weekend to spend it supporting me on my rollercoaster of grief.

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