Sunday, October 13, 2019

Understanding and Managing Grief, October 6 - October 12, 2019

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

For over three decades, students have shown an ever-increasing desire to learn about death. College Death Classes Are Gaining Popularity « Seven Ponds Blog

He suggested that I shouldn't be so terribly upset about the death of my dog. I disagreed. Losses come in many forms, and we can honor all of our feelings about them. Let me be upset. « Heart Callings

Craving sex is an awkward but deeply human response to one of life's worst moments. Yes, Grief Can Make You Horny « VICE

The mind and body aren’t always in agreement. Someone grieving the death of a beloved partner can be gobsmacked by sexual arousal. Book Notes: Sex After Grief: Navigating Your Sexuality After Losing Your Beloved by Joan Price, « Providence Journal

A chemical pregnancy is an early miscarriage, and while it may be invisible to onlookers, it is a loss that demands grieving. Early Miscarriage Is An Invisible Loss, But The Grief Is Real, « The Federalist

When you become a widow everything familiar is suddenly lost. Adrift « Soaring Spirits International

As a funeral director, people often ask me about the stages of grief that were identified in the research efforts of Elizabeth Kubler-Ross. The 'stages' of grief, « The Herald Bulletin

"I lost my daughter 8 months ago and now my marriage is falling apart." In Grief: When Child Loss Threatens A Marriage,  Grief Healing

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