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Good Grief! Helping You Grieve The Loss Of A Pet

When our daughter Julie’s St. Bernard died, we buried her and thanked God for our “Mackie.” But each of us experienced grief over the loss of our beloved dog. This article teaches “good grief” concepts in the loss of your dog or other pet.

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Five Myths of Grief That Lead to Unnecessary Suffering

If you mourn according to myth it means you have adopted false beliefs about grief and how to cope with the loss of a loved one. Here are five of the most common myths and what you can do to reverse your thinking and reduce the unnecessary suffering they often inflict.

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How To Process Grief.

Sometimes we are just not aware that we have not processed grief. We know to process grief when someone dies. However, there are other events that happen that we may not be as aware of the need to grieve as we process these events.

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Support Others in Transition

Is someone you care about going through an ending or a ... ... feeling sad or ... Are you? Everyone ... changes in life. With most endings and ... -- such as job ch

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How to release your pain.

I found the inner peace and it strengthen me.It also helped others over and over again.Behind the grief lies the happiness.Explore it!

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Tools to Help You Work With Grief

The author addresses the healthy and natural process of dealing with grief. She also gives examples of how to approach this difficult time in one's life.

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The Great

The course and resolution of the grief process for an individual depends on the frequency, duration and intensity.

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6 Grief Books For Parents

Death can be a lonely experience. Sometimes you simply need to know you're not alone in your grief. These books can help you deal with your loss in a healthy, productive way.

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The Universal Reality Of Death, Dying And Its Impact

Religion and politics are two subjects regarded as most abhorred in polite company, but there's one that's even more verboten: death and dying.

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Learn the Biggest Lesson Grief and Loss Offers

The death of a loved one and the grief that follows teach many lessons. Perhaps the most important one is that pain is the sign to take a new road in life. Here are five new roads you may have to take.

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Grieving Our Losses

Grieving Our Losses: Maurice Turmel PhDWhat is it about Grief & Loss that upsets us so much? Is it the heavy duty emoting that we have to do to get through our ... Is it the fear we have about

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Dealing With Grief and Loss - How to Mend a Broken Heart

What is it about Grief & Loss that upsets us so much? Is it the heavy duty emoting that we have to do to get through our suffering? Is it the fear we have about opening ourselves to all this pain? Because, let's face it, it's hard down there, in the land of grieving where all those emotions toss us around like a cork on a stormy sea.

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Benefits of Sharing Grief with Your Child- 7 Ways to Share, 17 Benefits For All

Grief often isolates parents from their children. There is a false belief that children need to be protected and left in their innocence for as long as possible. Such an attitude can have devastating effects on the chidrens' development and the parent- child relationship. Talking and sharing grief and loss makes it normal, boosts the resilence of children and teaches them how to grieve by reaching outwards, instead of going inward into depression. There are many ways the communication can be built into the routine of daily life.

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Healthy Grief, Unhealthy Grief

We all know that it is in one’s highest good to grieve the loss of a relationship. Healthy grief releases feelings rather than allowing them to get stuck in the body. Healthy grief allows the griever to heal the loss and move on with life.

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Why Grief Lingers On and On

There are a number of false beliefs that prolong grief and add unnecessary suffering. But there are several things in addition to questionable beliefs that tend to prolong and exacerbate the grief process, that you can immediately change.

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