Monthly Archives: December 2017

Other Voices on Grieving During the Holidays

In case you are tired of hearing from me about grieving during the holidays, I found some other voices you might want to listen to. Jamie Greenbaum writes most eloquently about her husband’s death from cancer. This article appears in the Huffington Post’s website and discusses her first Thanksgiving after her husband’s death. In her

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Holiday Grieving: AfterTalk Inspirational 12.21.17

Managing Your Own Holiday Grieving:  have a Plan B For the Holiday Season [Note: this was first published in December of 2013] My co-Founder Lisa suggested this. So nobody you know took my advice and called to include you in their holiday plans. Sorry that didn’t work out. And you were too reluctant to reach

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My Partner Died… AfterTalk Inspirational 12.14.17

Editor’s note: A few weeks ago we published an Ask Dr. Neimeyer entitled “My partner died…” It prompted several comments. One from “RD” inspired the author of the original question, “Miles,” to write the following. You can read “Miles’” original question, Dr. Neimeyer’s answer, and RD’s comment at this link: My partner died…   Thank

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Pearl Harbor: Eleanor Roosevelt Consoles a Nation: AfterTalk Inspirational 12/7/17

The first public figure to speak to the American People about Pearl Harbor was not President Roosevelt, but his wife, First Lady Eleanor during her weekly radio broadcast. In her remarks she let the nation in on what was going on in Washington at that moment—and spoke specifically to the women of America, who might

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