Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
Personal Perspective: Time brings healing, but also heartbreak. In grief, we must come to terms with leaving our loved ones behind in time. The passage of time is necessary for healing, but at the same time can be painful. Love is impervious to the effects of time. Grief and The Passage of Time « Psychology Today
Grief can be isolating. Knowing how to talk about grief can be one of the most complex, confusing, and important aspects of the grieving process. Connecting in some way with another person who does understand, in their own way, can help. But how do you start? Are You Grieving? Want to Talk About It? « Psychology Today
Letters respond to Ava Kofman’s piece about the hospice industry: "I hope that Kofman’s investigation will bring about reform, but I also hope that it will not discourage families from seeking the solace and the support that reputable hospice care can offer to the dying and their loved ones." The Need for Hospice: Responses to Hospice Industry Article « The New Yorker
"I'm having a hard time with my mom. My parents have been divorced for 20 years and frankly, my mom couldn’t stand my dad and often said so. She got a new boyfriend right when my dad died." Parent Loss: Coping with Mom's Toxic Behavior « Grief Healing
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