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How Does Nutrition Affect The Bereaved?:An interview with Frances Holmes, nutrition consultant and grief practitioner, part one
YouTube Series “Molly’s Movement” Shows Us What Coping with Dementia Looks Like:Each week, a man films his mother's experiences with Lewy body dementia
Book Review: “It’s OK to Die” by Monica Williams-Murphy and Kristian Murphy:Making difficult decisions about end of life care
Tag Archives: Processing Grief
Primordial voice of Peruquois aids catharsis of stuck emotions
Have you ever felt so overwhelmed by an emotion that your body gets tense and your voice box literally closes? Have you felt tightness in your throat, a dry mouth, fatigue or digestive upset as a result of emotional impact? … Continue reading
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs pyramid helps you handle the basics first
Our Tip of the Week: When you’ve experienced a loss, it can be difficult to take care of yourself in the aftermath. Failing to take care of your own needs may lead to depression and loss of self-identity in the long … Continue reading
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
That speaks of a loss confronted by the "Sounds of Silence"
“Sounds of Silence,” recorded by Simon and Garfunkel in 1963, remains a hauntingly beautiful folk song. The blending of the melody and the words give pause to a stillness that washes over the listener in a profound way. It’s a … Continue reading