Sunday, June 5, 2022

Understanding and Managing Grief & Pet Loss, May 29 - June 4, 2022

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

The addition of this new disorder is intended to help clinicians and patients recognize what ‘normal grief’ looks like versus ‘a long-term problem’. Opinion: There is now a disorder for ‘prolonged’ grief. But what does ‘normal’ grief look like? « The Globe and Mail 

Our dying and grieving processes have been disrupted during COVID. The Loss of a 'Good' Death « MedPage Today 

We cannot untraumatize traumatized children, but we can do our best to help them feel heard and safe. As a grief counselor and educator for more than forty years, I humbly offer the following suggestions. Tips for Talking to and Supporting Children after a School Shooting or Other Traumatic Loss: Do's and Don’ts « Center for Loss & Life Transition  

Euthanasia and behavioral euthanasia challenge the human caregiving impulse. Why It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to a Beloved Dog « Psychology Today 

Around the one-year death anniversary, I connected to my friend’s brother on social media to offer condolences for his loss.I thought this would comfort the family, but evidently it did not, because the communication abruptly ceased. In Grief: A Priceless Gift Goes Unacknowledged « Grief Healing

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