Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
It’s no wonder so many people fail to complete grief counseling sessions that are staged over a period of several weeks, with many attendees opting to bail out of such programs after just a week or two. Why? I believe one of the reasons is because too many of the programs fail to provide a real roadmap to the healing grievers seek. Grief Recovery Programs Need to Include Action Plans « Open to Hope
One in every six Vermont-based Middlebury students sought counseling appointments last semester, and intake forms have displayed a marked increase in signs of anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts. Students struggle to keep afloat as isolation, workload and grief compound « The Middlebury Campus
". . . my dad's passing left me feeling alone and hopeless. I silently asked myself how can I possibly care for my mom by myself?" In Grief and Caregiving: Finding Inspiration to Go On « Grief Healing
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