Tag Archives: Christmas and holiday season

Causes of the “Merry Christmas Coronary”

The culprits behind the phenomenon of heart attack increases during the holidays

The “Merry Christmas Coronary” or “Happy Hannukah heart attack” is a term that describes the increase in heart attacks around Christmas and New Years. A well known phenomenon, it’s  been the subject of research for more than a decade. A … Continue reading

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May Your Christmas Be Full of Magic and Love

~ From everyone at SevenPonds
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Our Weekly Tip: Navigate Grief with this Simple List-Making Exercise

Find your own path through grief with a list of lessons from your loved one

Our Tip of the Week: Grief is a multi-faceted experience that is as complex and unique as each relationship. Thanks to the groundbreaking work of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and many others, we know that the grief journey includes a wide array … Continue reading

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How Do You Accept Loss During The Holidays? An Interview with Dr. Paul Coleman, Part One

In this two-part interview, Dr. Paul Coleman talks about his latest book about accepting loss and ditching the five stages of grief

Today, SevenPonds speaks with Dr. Paul Coleman, a psychologist who recently wrote a book about loss called Finding Peace When Your Heart Is In Pieces: A Step-By-Step Guide to the Other Side of Grief, Loss and Pain. In part one of … Continue reading

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On This Christmas Holiday

Everyone at SevenPonds extends Christmas wishes to all!
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Give A Care! Holiday Campaign Thanks Caregivers for Their Dedication

This holiday season, show a caregiver you know that you appreciate their year-round efforts

You probably don’t have to try too hard to think of someone who takes time out of his or her life to be a caregiver for aging parents, disabled children, or other loved ones in need. We all know someone. … Continue reading

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