Sunday, May 5, 2013

Understanding and Managing Grief, April 28 - May 4, 2013

Best selections from Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:

National Institute of Mental Health no longer will use DSM diagnoses in studies, « CBS News

Terrific post! Six-Word Stories, Statements, and Exclamations: A Journaling Exercise « What's Your Grief?

Video Broadcast of 'Breaking the Silence on Suicide,' « Utah

Matthew Warren's Death Prompts Reflections on Christianity and Suicide, « Grief After Suicide Blog, via The Grief Toolbox

Guiding Principles Announced for Suicide Bereavement Support Groups in U.S., « Grief After Suicide Blog, via The Grief Toolbox

Writing through the Rough Spots: Healing Grief through Story, « Elaine Mansfield

A word that helps explain: How You Feel When You Lose A Partner, « LegacyConnect

I am a Caregiver, by Joyce Marie Sheldon, « The Sisterhood of Widows

What Everyone Should Know About Death and Life, «

Two Pleas for Sanity in Judging Saneness, « The New York Times Books

Speaking Up About Grief: Celebrity Grief, « What's Your Grief?

Grief: Who Am I Since My Husband Died? « Stop Thief: Don't Steal My Grief  

DSM-5 Field Trials: Inter-Rater Reliability Ratings Take a Nose Dive, « Mad In America

When did life itself become a treatable mental disorder? « The Globe and Mail

Walking Through Grief: Darcie Sims interviews founders of The Grief Toolbox about their DVD series, « WebTalkRadio

Five Things About the 'Five Stages of Grief,' « What's Your Grief?

To Move or Not? Making Decisions in the Wake of Recent Loss, « Grief Healing Blog

Darcie Sims' Steps Towards Healing in Surviving the Death of a Child, « I Have No Intention of Saying Goodbye Blog
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