Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
I’m not a horse whisperer, but I have a new understanding of horses and their internal power. It began with Dr. Jo Anne Grace’s gentle voice inviting me to participate in a two-day equine-assisted grief therapy program. Equine-Assisted Grief Therapy: Healing with Horses at Humble Ranch « Steamboat MagazineFew things compare to the pain of losing someone you love. While there’s no way to avoid intense feelings of grief, there are healthier ways to come to terms with your loss. Bereavement: Grieving the Loss of a Loved One « HelpGuide.org
The diagnosis of a life-limiting illness is devastating. It creates emotions, issues and anxiety unequal to almost anything else in life. It’s all too easy to slip into the “comfort” of denial, pretending that if the issue is not discussed, it will fade into the background. Nothing could be further from the truth. Your Complete Family Discussion Guide For Hospice Care « Sponsored Insights
Support groups aren't always an option. And the difficulty finding a therapist makes some people just give up. Grieving reader says finding therapy should be easier, more affordable « Ask Amy
"I am new to this. My mother is dying. She has breast cancer and now only a few months left. I am falling apart watching her die .... slowly .... I don't know how to do it." In Grief: Anticipating The Death of My Mother « Grief Healing
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