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Grief Uncovered

We are in the process of written interviews with some individuals in our life. We are asking a number of people the same three questions in order to showcase the broad spectrum of grief- what we learn from it, how our perceptions of it have changed, etc. We are excited to post the sixth in […]

Grief Uncovered

We have begun the process of written interviews with some individuals in our life. We are asking a number of people the same three questions in order to showcase the broad spectrum of grief- what we learn from it, how our perceptions of it have changed, etc. We are excited to post the fifth in […]

Grief Uncovered

We have begun the process of written interviews with some individuals in our life. We are asking a number of people the same three questions in order to showcase the broad spectrum of grief- what we learn from it, how our perceptions of it have changed, etc. We are excited to post the fourth in […]

Grief Uncovered

We have begun the process of written interviews with some individuals in our life. We are asking a number of people the same three questions in order to showcase the broad spectrum of grief- what we learn from it, how our perceptions of it have changed, etc. We are excited to post the third in […]

Grief Uncovered

We have begun the process of written interviews with some individuals in our life. We are asking a number of people the same three questions in order to showcase the broad spectrum of grief- what we learn from it, how our perceptions of it have changed, etc. We are excited to post the second in […]

Re-Grief

I have learned a new concept lately called Re-Grief. I have been calling it secondary grief, but I think re-grief fits better. I lost my dad when I was 17, just a few months before my high school graduation. So much has changed since then. And my grief has resurfaced numerous times over the years […]

Grief Uncovered

We have begun the process of written interviews with some individuals in our life. We are asking a number of people the same three questions in order to showcase the broad spectrum of grief- what we learn from it, how our perceptions of it have changed, etc. We will be posting each one over the […]

Grief Guide

We have had a number of conversations lately about the importance of intentional grieving. When we lose someone we love, there are others who lost the same person. Each person has their own stories and histories with the deceased. It can be healing and important to have time to share these with one another. As […]

New Years Resolutions

This has been resonating with me for a while. I don’t normally make New Years resolutions. But this tweet has unnerved me. Christmas this year came with some rough news. A cancer diagnosis. The death of a friend. These things remind me how truly fragile life is. And how much we really should love on […]

Holiday Host Etiquette

Sarah Nannen, author of Grief Unveiled shared this on her Facebook and Instagram pages a couple of weeks ago: Holiday host etiquette: If you’re inviting someone to your home and they’re grieving, be sure you’re inviting their grief to attend, too. It will be there, anyway. Don’t invite someone with the goal of cheering them […]

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