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How Can Natural Rituals Ease Grief?:An Interview with Christina Zampitella, Part Two
Tag Archives: Building Community
Musings on student deaths and how teachers and their communities can deal with the tragedy
Rick Ayers’ book “An Empty Seat in Class” deals with an issue that many of us probably don’t consider very often: how the death of a student impacts teachers. “An Empty Seat in Class” is comprised of 10 sections, each dealing … Continue reading
Organize your grief support system in advance of transitions
Our Tip of the Week: If you are anticipating the expected death of a loved one, or if you love someone who will die (which includes all of us), establishing an inner circle of supportive friends, family and community resources well … Continue reading
Song for funeral or memorial brings mourners together
The experience of grief can include rapidly fluctuating, intense feelings such as depression, hopelessness, anger, apathy, frustration, and fear. For many of us, it will be the closest we come to feeling totally, completely unhinged, groundless, and alien to the whole … Continue reading