Sunday, March 21, 2021

Understanding and Managing Grief & Pet Loss: March 14 - March 20, 2021

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

Following a stroke, it’s normal for both survivors and those who love them to experience grief.  A stroke may cause many losses, including the loss of career, mobility, independence, and confidence. Grief After Stroke « Psychology Today 

These people, whom I affectionately refer to as “my coding friends,” may not know my name or where I live. But that doesn’t mean I’m not incredibly close with some of them. Dealing with Loss in An Online World « The Miami Student

The fear doesn’t lie in walking through the door and sitting down among strangers. The new fear feels different. It’s about revealing yourself in front of a camera, in the privacy of your home, still among strangers. Here is a primer of what you might expect in a virtual grief group setting. Virtual Grief Support Groups Provide Connection « Centering and Grief Digest Magazine 

Pets are part of the family, so it is not surprising pet owners are looking for ways to keep their furry companions with them as long as possible. Palliative Care for Dogs: Lessons from Medicine « Bega District News 

Three years ago my beloved Copper had to be put down due to cancer . . . about 3 weeks after putting Copper down I got sick with a high fever and throat infection. (I was not taking care of myself.) My wife came home with a new Golden Retriver pup. I named him Joe. I still feel like I am betraying Copper for having this new dog. Pet Loss: Still Mourning, 3 Years Later « Grief Healing

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