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Tag Archives: Complicated Grief
Song reflects grief and anger at the loss of a soldier
“Billy Don’t Be a Hero,” an anti-war song, premiered in the United Kingdom, where it was performed by the group Paper Lace. In 1974, Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods performed the song in the United States. It shot to the … Continue reading
From the Broadway musical "The Secret Garden"
“How Could I Ever Know?” is a song from the musical “A Secret Garden,” which opened on Broadway in April 1991 and closed in March 1993. The show is based upon Frances Hodgson Burnett’s book of the same title. It … Continue reading
After a major loss, it can be difficult to get a good night's sleep
Our Tip of the Week: It’s typical to experience disruptions in normal sleep patterns in the first few weeks and months of grief after a major loss. You may have trouble falling asleep, find yourself waking up throughout the night, or … Continue reading
This dark drama paints a conflicting portrait of a woman dealing with complicated grief
When Cake came out in theaters last year, I remember hearing all the buzz about how “America’s Sweetheart” Jennifer Aniston made herself completely unglamorous in the role of a woman dealing with chronic pain (along and the snub she received … Continue reading
This fictional tale of a girl who loses her sister to murder teaches readers about the complexities of complicated grief
Struggling to figure out what to read next, visiting one of my local Little Free Libraries turned serendipitous when I picked up this book with my not-quite-that-common name (and its spelling) in its title and learned that death and complicated … Continue reading