I’ve Grown Closer To My Brother Through Grieving Him

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Loss of sibling can be a very painful loss, especially when younger
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A sad article about the loss of a sibling.  We do not know how important they are sometimes until they are gone.  This aritle relates the loss of a young woman over brother

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Balancing Selflessness and Self-Care in Grief – What’s Your Grief

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Caregivers need time too. Please review our bereavement counseling training program

Are you the family member everyone looks to when times get tough?  Are you who your friends call when they need a supportive ear? Are you in touch with everyone else’s needs, but kinda clueless about your own? Guilty?

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Great article for the caregivers when death, tragedy or sadness strikes a family.  This article helps one balance between one’s own needs and the needs of others.  Boundaries but still giving for one’s own self care

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Are you there yet? The pressure to get over grief

 

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Do you feel pressured to get over your grief? Please review our bereavement counseling training

Don’t you guys just love taking road trips with little kids?  Without kids, who would make you stop to go to the bathroom every hour?  Who would loudly argue just two feet behind your head as you drive?

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Good article about the pressure we feel to get over grief.  This pressure should really be non existent but we see it all the time according to a variety of time scales.

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Is there a reason for grief? » Scienceline

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Grief is natural but also has a purpose for us emotionally. Please review if interested in bereavement counseling training

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Grief is a natural reaction to loss but it also has evolutionary and scientific purposes in our social interaction with others as well as our own mental and physical recovery during the period of adjustment

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Dying helps us appreciate life

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What can dying teach us about life? Review for bereavement counseling training

It is timely and commendable for TODAY to draw attention to the last taboo in our nation (“As population ages, more are confronting the last taboo”; May 30).
The fear of death blinds many of us to many opportunities to find love, joy and peace in the face of suffering.

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Death and fear of it can prevent us from living life.  This article looks at how dying can make us have a new perspective on life.  Part of life is death and experiencing it in a healthy way is critical

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Children Go Through the Grief Cycle During Divorce or Separation

Divorce affects kids too and their grief needs addressed.  if you would like Bereavement Counseling Training then please review
Divorce affects kids too and their grief needs addressed. if you would like Bereavement Counseling Training then please review

Even though you may not realize it, divorce or separation will cause your children to go through the same stages of grief that you are experiencing.

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A very big issue that sometimes go unnoticed as parents are going through a divorce is the child and his or her grief.  The parents are so into legal issues and personal revenge that sometimes grieving of a child can go untreated

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The Unprecedented Nature of Individual Grief

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Each case of grief is very individual. If would like bereavement counseling training, then please review our program

If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard someone say they like ambiguity, I’d be pretty broke.  Studies show that making ambiguous decisions (based on little or conflicting evidence) actually activates areas of the brain associated with processing fear and emotion; thus proving that fear of the unknown is more than just an ominous …

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Good article reminding us that grief while a empirical study based upon group studies of people and how they socially and emotionally react to loss, is still nonetheless a very individual experience.  To completely classify it, while important, still can be disastrous when dealing with an individual.

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Bereavement Counseling Training: End-of-Life Care

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End of life care. Also please review our bereavement counseling training programThe article, “The Difference Between Dying Well and Dying Badly”, by Matthew Weinstock states

“My father-in-law is dying. While his physician has known this for a while, the two have yet to engage in a meaningful conversation about end-of-life care. Their situation is not unique, but it can be rectified.”

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:
Excellent Article! The author is correct, there is little “talk” around end of life care and issues. We would think that with the Patient Self-Determination act in place..long ago, that we would have transcended our fears of discussing death and dying with patients. We have a long way to go. If you have an interest in grief counseling, view us on the web: http://www.aihcp.org/aagc.htm
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If you are qualified, then consider taking these courses and becoming certified.  As a certified professional, you can better help yourself academically and professionally and also help others in need.
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