Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
The number of American kids whose caregivers have died in the pandemic has surpassed 140,000. Natasha’s story provides a glimpse at how institutions such as schools, hospitals, and governments have struggled to respond to the needs of children and families left bereft by the pandemic. Children who lost parents to Covid-19 are facing a crisis of grief « VoxSenior leaders often find that the lessons they’ve learned about managing grief can be applied to circumstances beyond mourning the loss of a life. 10 Grief Management Lessons Leaders Can Apply To Other Workplace Issues « Forbes
Some people find that gardening as they grieve, known as ‘grief gardening’, can gently relieve some of the emotional and physical symptoms after the loss of a loved one. Benefits of Gardening when Coping with Grief « Memorials of Distinction
"My mom died of AIDS last month at the age of 68. Barely one week later, my dad was diagnosed with full blown AIDS . . . I cannot put into words the rage that I felt." In Grief: Keeping The Secret of An AIDS Diagnosis « Grief Healing
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