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Winter Safety Tips

Snow, ice and cold temperatures in the winter can bring new challenges for health and safety. Slipping on icy driveways and sidewalks can result in broken wrists, arms or hips. These tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…

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Is My Grief "Normal?"

Is My Grief “Normal?”

“Sometimes I feel like I’m on an emotional roller coaster. There are times when I’m feeling better and seem to be doing OK. Then it seems like out of nowhere, I’m down and feeling overwhelmed. Is this normal?” The emotional…

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Grief 101: An Introduction

Bereavement means that we are deprived, robbed or stripped of someone or something of high personal value. In other words, it’s the objective state of having suffered a loss.  Griefrefers to our internal and external reactions to loss.  Mourningis the way…

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Helping Children Through Grief

Children experience and express loss differently than adults. They have special needs to enable them to move forward.  Alan Wolfelt, Ph.D, discusses mourning needs for children who have suffered a significant loss.  These mourning needs can help children heal through…

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