Sunday, March 28, 2021

Understanding and Managing Grief, March 21 - March 27, 2021

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

[T]he emotional and psychological impacts of losing a limb are sometimes just as serious as the physical ones. The relationship between amputation, grief, and depression is very real and, often, very strong.  Coping Strategies for New Amputees: Limb Loss and Grief « The National Law Review

You find yourself overcome with grief and by your family’s needs. What can a widower with young children do? Read on to unravel the issue. Becoming a Widower with Young Children « National Widowers' Organization 

Despite all the love and support that I have received, there are absolutely things you should avoid saying to someone in my position.  5 Things To Avoid Saying To Me While I’m Grieving « The Good Men Project 

What C.S. Lewis’s A Grief Observed can tell us about loss during the Covid-19 pandemic The boredom and the fear of grief « Vox 

I saw her this past Friday and I finally told her that I was fighting with suicidal thoughts, she really said nothing but 'they are not equipped to deal with this.'  In Grief: Is This Counselor Safe For Me? « Grief Healing 

Like many aspects of life, the pandemic has taught us to rethink and question how or why we did things 'before'. It’s the same with grief; instead of coping in the way we might have done previously - loudly, publicly or perhaps even performatively - we are forced to adapt to a quieter, more personal process. What the pandemic has taught me about grief « Harper's Bazaar

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