Sunday, April 9, 2023

Understanding and Managing Grief, April 2 - April 8, 2023

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

A new study finds differences between men and women in the "widowhood effect." Men have a higher likelihood of dying themselves after the death of their spouse than women do. I Can’t Live Without Her: When Grieving Men Die « Psychology Today

Unresolved grief is “a type of grief where a person continues to experience significant emotional distress, pain and sadness associated with a loss, long after the normal grieving period has passed.” Therapists explain what to look out for and give advice on how to move forward. 5 Signs You're Dealing With Unresolved Grief  « HuffPost

Everyone experiences grief at some point in their life, and it's important to let yourself feel how you need to feel as you move through it. There is no one way to feel better, but there are little things you can do every day to help you move through grief.  10 Ways To Take Care Of Yourself When You're Grieving « HuffPost

"I hate hospice for letting this happen. They did nothing for my husband and damaged me inside. I loved my husband for forty years and I did everything in my power to help him and keep him comfortable and then this happened in the end." When Hospice Care Fails to Meet Caregiver's Expectations « Grief Healing

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