Sunday, April 21, 2024

Understanding and Managing Grief, April 14 - April 20, 2024

Best selections from Grief Healing's X feed this week:

A pediatric clinician shares the rewards and challenges of working with terminally ill children and their families. Terminally Ill Pediatric Patients and the Grieving Therapist «

When my mom died, teachers tried to inspire me to persevere. Here’s why that didn’t work. Bereaved students like me are more likely to struggle in school. Here’s what we need to thrive. « Chalkbeat

While Park understands why people grasp for what he calls “Swiss cheese theology” in moments of loss, working as an interfaith chaplain at a Level 1 trauma center in Tampa, Florida, has taught him that grief is less about letting go and moving on, and more about letting in and moving with. How not to comfort the mourning: Hospital chaplain J.S. Park talks grief in new book « Religion News Service

There should be no guilt or expectation when it comes to grief, it is the ultimate personal experience, just like music is the ultimate personal choice – we all do it differently. Grief is unique, personal and impossible to control « Exmouth Journal

Brenda Johnson thought her life was predictable until a sunny Saturday when her husband announced he wasn't happy. Voices of Experience: Get Over It (maybe not all of it) « Grief Healing

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