Sunday, November 22, 2020

Understanding and Managing Grief, November 15 - November 21, 2020

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

My years of experience as an undertaker didn’t make it easier. Grieving my daughter’s suicide in a time of wider grief « The Christian Century 

Like so many grieving families in 2020, we haven’t been able to gather or mourn together.  How I've Grieved My Mother's Death During the Pandemic « TIME

 Grief has already made us more vulnerable so this is a rough combination. Today, let’s consider what this fear-reality looks like to our brains; how it makes our bodies feel; and the way it affects our emotions. When Grief and Coronavirus Collide « AfterTalk

The Dinner Party, a nonprofit organization, helps adults who have experienced the loss of a parent, partner, child, sibling, other close family member, or close friend. There's a Virtual Dinner Party Group That Encourages People to Talk About Their Grief « Good Housekeeping

"Once my dad passed away I have not been the same person. I have this brain fog that will not go away that affects everything. I can't remember things for very long. Things are not clear and I feel like I have no energy." Coping with “Brain Fog” in Grief: Suggested Resources « Grief Healing

Recurrent dreams and nightmares are a healthy and necessary part of grief. Here's why. Grief Impacts Dreams & Nightmares « Refuge In Grief 

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