Monthly Archives: January 2015

Grieving the loss of a mother to Alzheimer’s

To those losing loved ones to Alzheimer’s, I did not notice subtle changes in my mother’s behavior because my focus was on my father’s loss of memory, poor decision making, and constant repetition. I was busy engaging my mother’s support to help dad. Dad and I were teaching mom how to write checks to pay

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Children Loved and Lost: Your Light Shines Forever

Every year on the second Sunday in December  people all over the world will burn a candle in memory of there child whom left this Earth. Many candles will be lit and tears will be shed. This tradition was started in 1997 by the The Compassionate Friends. Dedicated to all children loved and lost, this

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Children as Survivors of Suicide on AfterTalk LIVE

  Experts Discuss Children as Survivors of Suicide on Wednesday, January 7th 3pm EST on AfterTalk: LIVE On Wednesday, AfterTalk: LIVE presents the second part of a discussion of the impact of a parental suicide on children and how families can cope. The panel features  Mandi Zucker, MSW, Grief Recovery Specialist and Program Director of Imagine: A

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