Monthly Archives: March 2019

Would you participate in an online study about how writing letters to the deceased impacts grief…?

If you are 18 years or older and have experienced a loss no more than 2 years ago, you are invited to take part in a study conducted via The University of Memphis that explores the role writing plays in the process of adapting to bereavement. This study examines alternative forms of writing in order

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Life, Loss and Grief Books for Teens: AfterTalk Inspirational 3.28.19

Young Adult Book Releases That Discuss Life, Loss and Grief for Teens by Holly Gilbert If you’ve suffered the loss of a loved one, it can feel like the world you once knew is gone and that you’re now going through life in a deep, persistent fog. Also, if you were heavily involved in the

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A Letter to My Husband on the First Anniversary of Your Death

A Letter to My Husband on the First Anniversary of Your Death By Leah Cumberworth In a few days, it will be a year since you died. In one way, it seems like it was just yesterday. In another way, it seems like its been many years since I touched you and saw your handsome face.

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Life after Caregiving: AfterTalk Inspirational 3.7.19

I was a caregiver for my wife. She had symptoms shortly before we were married and she was diagnosed after 2 years of marriage with MS. We were married for 50 years and she was progressive for the last 25 or so. The last several years were very intensive care at home. I did have

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