Recent articles on grief - May 13th

Grief and Grief Counseling
Grief and Grief Counseling
Recent articles and resources on grief, loss, bereavement and end of life.
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Monday, May. 13, 2019
My Daughter Died, But I’m Still Mothering Her
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thumbnail Jacqueline Dooley | Longreads | January 2018 | 20 minutes (5,067words) In July 2016, when we got the results of my 15-year-old daughter’s CT scan, my friend Babs introduced me to a new term: “anticip…
I Knew My Mom Was Going to Die. That Didn’t Make The Loss Any Easier.
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thumbnail Anticipating someone’s death isn’t the same as actually grieving it. I was 1,300 miles away from home when I found out my mom died. Motivated by the freedom that came with college graduation, I’d mov…
How to Cope With The Loss of A Loved One From Cancer - WhatNext
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thumbnail Each person experiences grief differently — the loss of a loved one from cancer is particularly difficult. Spouses, parents, adult children and children still at home may go through several phases of…
Why Am I Already Grieving When My Loved One Is Alive?
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thumbnail Anticipatory grief, or grief that occurs before death, is common among people who are facing the eventual death of a loved one or their own death. Yet, while most people are familiar with the grief t…
Loss + Grieving = Healing by Syreeta Talbert
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thumbnail On August 29, 2017, while celebrating with family my father’s 75th birthday, my son, unbeknownst to him, was being lured into a remote area in the farthest suburb of Chicago and shot to death. He was…
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