Topic: Teens

Find Your Rock

When you are grieving, or going through any life challenge, it’s important to find your rock. Guest author Audrey Wauchope’s rock is quite literally a rock…in the middle of Central Park.

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Remembering Dad on Father’s Day

Father’s Day can be a rough holiday when you feel like you are the only one without a dad. Hello Grief’s Alisha Krukowski offers a few suggestions on how to create your own new traditions to remember and celebrate your dad on Father’s Day.

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What Happens After the Sudden Death of a Friend or Classmate

Most teenagers think they are invincible. Nothing will happen to me or to my friends; that stuff only happens to other teens and I will only see it TV. But what happens if you get that shocking phone call or read on Facebook, that a friend or a classmate passed away?

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Poetry Heals and Inspires

Poetry often has a unique way of speaking to and from the heart. Author Bill Cushnie shares some reader responses to his previous article on poetry, and invites all readers to share their own poetry and thoughts on grief and healing.

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I’d Rather Live for Two

Instead of feeling guilty for living beyond your loved one, you can choose to live more fully to celebrate their memory and your own life. Guest Author Danielle Taylor shares how traveling to Italy, parasailing, and swimming with dolphins have helped her to live her life as a celebration of her father.

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A Reason to Run

Running a marathon is a daunting, scary, overwhelming challenge; but it doesn’t compare to the challenges faced by grieving children. Guest Author Erin Love, who lost her father, shares how she took on the challenge of running a marathon and raised enough money to send 10 kids to Comfort Zone Camp.

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Good Grief for Valentine’s Day

Part of grieving involves finding new ways to stay connected to the memory of your loved one. Guest Author Kati Rice shares how that has helped her to discover how she’d like to show her love to friends and family who are still here.

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Time Marches On

Right after your loved one dies, everyone reacts strongly, and with sympathy. But after a few months, the rest of the world starts to move on, with or without you. Guest author Kati Rice shares what it was like to recognize this in the months following her father’s death, and how she found ways to move forward herself.

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Guilt and the Emotional Collage

When the opportunity to seek forgiveness or make amends is lost, such as when a person dies, guilt can become a (if not the) dominant feeling in your loss. Author Bill Cushnie shares ideas to help cope with guilt in grief.

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Poll Result: My Favorite Way to Stay Connected to Loved Ones I’ve Lost Is…

View and comment on the Hello Grief poll results from September/October 2010, which stated: “My favorite way to stay connected to loved ones I’ve lost is…”

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