Category: Grief and Coping

Carefully Finding A Care Home For Aging Parents

Once your parents or other elderly parents get to a certain age, you will need to start thinking about looking for a care home or nursing home for them. This time might come earlier if they suffer from a certain

When Bad Things Happen: How To Get Through It As A Family

Unfortunately, not everyone leads a blessed existence all the time. We might see our friends and family uploading delighted pictures onto Facebook all the time, talking about the amazing dinners they made and the foreign vacations they took, while you’re

Getting Back On Your Feet: How To Deal With A Family Trauma

In a perfect world, you and your family would be able to live your lives simply and happily without having to worry about anything happening to disrupt that feeling. However, as anyone who has ever looked out of their window

The Calm Before the Storm

Image Credit As we are moving into Spring, it is becoming increasingly more apparent that the weather can affect how we are feeling. The sluggishness that we were experiencing post New Year (you know, after the resolutions have worn off…)

A Fate Worse Than Death? Being Left Behind After A Loved One’s Passing

When someone that we are close to passes, it can be an extremely difficult time. Not only do you have to cope with the grief of losing them, but you often have to support others around you, as well as

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Bereavement And Grief: Helping Your Child Deal With The Death Of A Loved One

    Kids will have to face the death of close friends and relatives at some point in their lives. But, hopefully, not for a long time yet. However, if death strikes in the family, you will need to be

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