Grief in the News: March 2015

Here are a few headlines about grief that have made the news this month. If there’s an article that y ou’ve seen and would like to share, please leave it in the comments! (We will approve those comments next week.)

Life After Death: When Looks Are Deceiving, Huffington Post
Somehow, I embraced the word “widow” early on, I’ve gotten into a rhythm as a single parent, and I even made room in my heart for a new love. But still, I grieve. Read more >

How Grief Can Make You Sick, Everydayhealth.com
One of the most common early symptoms of grief is extreme tiredness that makes even routine tasks difficult. Read more >

Grief: 7 Myths That Make it Worse, CBS News
Losing a loved one is something most of us will face at some point. But until recently, little research had been done on how we respond to loss.. Read more >

For Firefighters, Grief Arrives in Different Forms, Cincinnati.com
It’s not about how many people were saved or how many years of service or the station number on one’s helmet. It’s about the brotherhood. Read more >

Comfort Zone Camp Announces Partnership with A Little Hope, Business Wire
This camp will take place May 29-31, 2015 at Camp Chinqueka in Litchfield, Connecticut. Read more >

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