Sunday, May 3, 2020

Understanding & Managing Grief, April 26 - May 2, 2020

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

With so many deaths around us from COVID-19 and the deaths that would occur even without the pandemic, how are these sorrows mourned? Is grief itself changed because of what is going on now? What a Pandemic Does to Grief « PsychCentral

MNHPC is partnering with the University of Wisconsin-Madison to offer a Grief Support Specialist Certificate course, offered virtually this June. UW-Madison Grief Certificate « MNHPC

Whether you or a loved one has lost someone during the COVID-19 pandemic, IU Health provides several steps you can take for yourself or to help someone in need. Dealing with Grief and Loss During COVID-19 Pandemic « IU Health

Here are some suggestions to help the grieving process move forward in spite of constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Processing Grief during the COVID-19 Pandemic « AARP

As the pandemic continues to keep us physically distant, we must embrace new ways of expressing grief and memorializing our loved ones. How The Coronavirus Has Changed The Way We Grieve « Today

Six experts explain how to recognize the many new faces of grief during a pandemic. All the Things We Have to Mourn Now « The Atlantic

The kind of global grief we are experiencing — and our inability to physically gather together in its midst — is truly unprecedented. It's time to address the unprecedented grief surrounding the #COVID-19 pandemic « TheHill

Day to day, things remain at a standstill in much of the world. And out of that standstill comes grief, says Australian Psychologist Sr. Maryanne Loughry. On Coping with Our Collective Grief « Global Sisters Report

"I’ve recently lost my partner of 4 years who passed a week ago. We were not married and I lived with him and was his primary caregiver. During his last month of life we were apart due to Covid19 and I didn’t get to see him." Disenfranchised Grief: Coronavirus Took My Partner « Grief Healing

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