The holidays can be an especially difficult time of year for those who are grieving. Author Patti Cox writes about how to cope when everyone around you seems happy and full of holiday cheer, making you want to just skip the holidays all together.Read More...
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Bill Cushnie, M.Div., & retired president & owner of Strategic Solutions, a group dynamics/adult education consulting firm.
Patti Cox, Bereavement counselor and children, teen and adult grief support group facilitator.
Jill Fitzgerald, LCSW, private grief therapist and founding board member for Comfort Zone Camp.
Pete Shrock, National Program Director for Comfort Zone Camp, specializes in children with life traumas.
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Topic: Parent Loss
Author Gayle Huntress has always loved books. After her dad died, she turned to books and writing for solace.Read More...
Handling grief is a challenge, especially when people think they have to go through it alone. Truth is, there are plenty of support groups where you can grieve and cope with other individuals who have experienced the same thing. Here are a couple of headlines that talk about how to cope:Read More...
The most important thing I have figured out is that I am going to go after my dreams and stop waiting on the sidelines while everyone else gets the things they want.Read More...
One thing I’ve learned about grief since my dad was diagnosed with the brain cancer that took his life only 10 weeks later is that it can make people think about, feel, and even do things they might never have before; I guess that’s just part of navigating the road on this journey. There are […]Read More...
They say that tragedy brings out the best and the worst of people. Now, 15 years after the deaths of my parents in an automobile accident, I have a hard time remembering most of the “worsts.” One of the “bests” is still crystal clear: the realization of the healing power of love and friendship. My […]Read More...
Learning how to handle the outcome of her father’s death has helped Jordan overcome the gray fog that initially consumed her life.Read More...
Records and medals will never bring Dad back. I’ve accepted that. However, living life to my greatest potential and sharing his stories will keep Dad’s memory alive – and that is a beautiful thing.Read More...