Advice for the Grieving

New Year’s Grieving Resolutions: AfterTalk Pandemic Weekly

There are several suggested New Year’s resolutions for the grieving. This one is from Hospice of the Red River Valley: I resolve to not place time limits on my grief; it will take as long as it takes. I resolve to acknowledge my grief as my own—that it is as individual as I am—and will take shape …

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Managing Your Own Grief During the Holidays: An AfterTalk Plan B

[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 out to them and ask to be included. Most of us feel this …

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Coping with death and grief – The bereavement process explained: AfterTalk Weekly

Editor’s Note: The following was shared with us by friends at Churchill Insurance, a U.K.-based company selling many forms of insurance. A link to their site is at the bottom. It is an excellent compendium of grief advice. Their webpage has useful links, but primarily for U.K. citizens. We have included them. Coping with death …

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Dealing with Stuff After… AfterTalk Weekly 1.23.20

One Step at a Time: Dealing with Stuff After a Loved One Dies Photo by Sarah Brown on Unsplash When the funeral is past, the estate settled, and the mourners gone home to their families, there’s one daunting task that remains: dealing with your loved one’s things. Once a source of clutter and frustration, knick-knacks, unwashed laundry, and …

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