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 this month:

A Personal Guide to Healing From a Loss, The Huffington Post
After Joan loses her daughter unexpectedly to suicide, she offers a few suggestions on how to cope with an unanticipated death. [Read more…]

High schoolers, once lost in grief, help others,
A group of boys at Moeller High School are considered leaders after starting a group for their fellow classmates, helping them to find their way through the grieving process. The story focuses on two of the boys graduating and their stories. [Read more…]

Mother copes with grief though Facebook challenge, paying tribute to her son,
With social media being so prevalent in today’s society it is no surprise that Jody Arno was able to bring others together in memory of her son and heal from their own losses via “Facebook challenge” [Read more…]

Losing a child – and wondering how others handle the grief, The News Tribune
When Linda Lawrence Hunt lost her daughter, she began learning about grief.  Unhappy with the resources she found, Hunt began doing her own research and wrote her own book to not only help herself heal, but others as well. [Read more…]

Hospice unveils grief section at library,
In a community with many suffering from grief, the Mt. Airy Library has recently opened its Grief Resources section open in any of the 14 libraries in the area. [Read more…]

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