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Children Grieve Too

Posted on June 25, 2021 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under Grief, Grief Help

  Children, like adults, grieve the loss of loved ones. Whether they are dealing with the passing of a parent, sibling, grandparent, aunt or uncle, cousin, friend, or neighbor they will deal with some form of grief. Death is hard for a child of any age to understand so it is important for us, as […]

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Stages of Grief

Posted on February 12, 2021 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under Grief, Grief Help

Grief is a journey compiled of different emotions that can be overwhelming at times. Everyone copes with grief in a different way and that is okay. Sometimes words of support from family and friends simply do not feel like enough to help us through the process. When these times arise, it can be helpful to […]

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A Fatherless Father’s Day

Posted on June 15, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under General, Grief

  Father’s Day is another day of the year that is intended to be a time of happiness and to bring families together, but instead, it can be a reminder of loss or sadness. For those who have lost a father or fathers who have lost a child, this can be a very difficult time. […]

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Remembering Her…

Posted on May 9, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | 3 Comments
Posted under Grief, Women & Grief

Mother’s Day comes every year and is a time to celebrate the Mother’s in our life. This may be a mom, stepmom, grandmother, aunt, or even a daughter. For some, this may be the first Mother’s Day without that special person, making it a day of grief and sorrow instead of happiness and celebration. And […]

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Mourning During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted on April 8, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | 1 Comment
Posted under General, Grief, Health & Wellness

  As everyone is currently aware, the Covid-19 Pandemic we are all facing has changed every aspect of our normal, everyday lives. Those that are sick and in the hospital, in a hospice facility, or in a nursing home are most likely not allowed visitors and if they are lucky, it is most likely only […]

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