Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
If we know someone who has lost a loved one – and especially if they were not able to have a funeral or a memorial for that person as a result of COVID-19 – we need to reach out to them, let them know we are thinking about them, and be present for them during their pain and loss. Op-Ed: After Death, Grief Shared Is Grief Diminished « MedPage Today[O]n this beautiful April afternoon, there are smiles of friendship, words of support, and a physical gathering that hasn't been possible for the better part of a year. After year of virtual Zoom meetings, grief support group comes together in love and joy « The Bakersfield Californian
There is a hub of hope in Traverse City — a centrifuge of care that separates compassion from conflict designed to embrace healthcare workers overwhelmed with personal grief brought on by professional duties. Hub of Hope: Michael's Place embraces healthcare workers overwhelmed with grief « Traverse City Record Eagle
"I am going to go to my first grief group meeting tomorrow afternoon. I have to admit, I have never been to any kind of support group meeting like this before, and I'm feeing pretty uncertain about it. Any thoughts you'd be willing to share with me?" In Grief: Finding Support in A Group « Grief Healing
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