Sunday, December 22, 2019

Hospice & Understanding and Managing Grief, December 15 - December 21, 2019

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

As the days get shorter and the holidays loom, everyone who is coping with loss looks forward to these days with dread and wonders how we'll ever find the strength to get through them. It may help to know that many helpful and informative articles have been written on this very topic, and as you will see at the base of this post, I've assembled a list of links to many of them. Coping with The Holidays: Suggested Resources 2019, « Grief Healing

The new free all-in-one “Coping with Grief” mobile app was designed and developed by a team of volunteers from the non-profit My Grief Angels. New Free "Coping with Grief" App With Latest Tech For Dealing with Death & Loss During The Holidays, « PRUnderground

By law, every hospice program out there must offer the same basic services, but what about areas in which hospice services differ? How can you be sure you’re choosing the best program? To help you figure that out, use the following questions and concepts as you explore different hospice resources. How to Choose a Hospice Provider « Solistic Hospice

Grief can cause physical symptoms in your body. Learn how to cope during a time when eating and sleeping are a challenge. How to Cope With the Physical Effects of Grief «

I realize that most of us truly mean well and care about being kind and helpful in the wake of a death. We do our best, and yet we still often say clumsy and insensitive things to the bereaved. Voices of Experience: Reflections on Helping The Bereaved: 7 Do's and 7 Don'ts, « Grief Healing

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