Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
Learn about mourning rituals that validate loss during social isolation in our interview with death doula and activist Michelle Acciavatti. When Funerals Move Online, How Can We Create Mourning Rituals That Truly Validate Loss? « Seven Ponds BlogThe moments surrounding a loved one's death can stick with a person. Many people struggle with memories and unanswered questions about how a loved one died. Struggling with How a Loved One Died « What's Your Grief?
Video and Downloadable Grief Support Modules for School Personnel Coalition to Support Grieving Students « AfterTalk
For so many of us, a pet is more than just a companion — the bond between people and their pets grows so much deeper than that. Chaplain publishes book on coping with pet loss grief « The Voice
When my husband died, the person I was when he was alive died, too. Why I Won’t Leave Grief Out Of My Relationship « ScaryMommy
The death of a loved one is one of life's most difficult experiences, and when a loved one dies during the COVID-19 pandemic, regardless of the cause of death, beginning the grief journey can be more complex due to physical distancing and gathering restrictions. Grief During the Pandemic « Remembering A Life
"I am a 20-year old female who lost someone I considered a very good, close friend. We had broken up a year before, but still remained the best of friends." In Grief: Mourning A Lost Love « Grief Healing
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