Month: March 2022

COVID Caregivers and Grief Overload: Coping with Too Much Loss AfterTalk 3.30.22

by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D. For many caregivers, COVID-19 has been a nonstop wrecking ball. It has swung back and forth across the globe, decimating families and communities. And who’s there in the midst of the ongoing crisis, providing care to the hundreds of thousands of sick, dying, dead, and grieving people? The professional caregivers. …

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Coronavirus and the Six Needs of Mourning: AfterTalk Weekly 3.23.22

by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D. Alongside the physical pandemic, the novel coronavirus is causing a pandemic of grief. That’s what we’re all feeling right now—grief. It’s important to recognize that. Grief is everything we think and feel inside of us whenever our attachments are threatened, harmed, or severed. We experience shock and disbelief. We are …

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How to Get Proper Nutrition While Grieving AfterTalk Weekly 3.16.22

By Beau Peters Everyone handles grief differently. It’s a process, and there’s no perfect timeline for getting through it. While most people understand the stages of grief, that doesn’t mean everyone’s pace or symptoms are the same. When you’re mourning the loss of someone or something, it’s hard to focus on anything else – including your …

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What Is Grief Counseling? Techniques and How It Helps

The following comes to us from Maryville University. More about them at the bottom of the article. The original can be read at https://online.maryville.edu/blog/grief-counseling/ We’ve gotten emails before when we mention Kubler-Ross. This article begins with it, but quickly expands and moves beyond it.  The Editor   Tables of Contents What Is Grief Counseling? Benefits …

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