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Grief Loss

At least once in our life times, we lose someone very special or close to us. Such times are grieving times and might take a toll on our lives. This section is completely dedicated to grief loss, containing articles, which discuss ways on dealing with the grief of the loss of someone close to us. Read on to know various ways of handling the grief, ways on recovering from the grief, understanding separation, long term grief, power of grief, overcoming the grief from various situations (loss of spouse, loss of children, survivors guilt, etc), ways for children to cope with grief, grieving families etc. Meanwhile, you can also read and know abut how to help those around you in grieving mode. Learn how to support the grieving families, relative and friends. Further, you can read articles that help you understand the various phases of grief and the ones you are undergoing. Loss of a beloved always hurts and takes time to heal. Read on ahead to help you deal with your grief. We are here to support you.
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Posted by William DeFoore. Published on Oct 06, 2009
No one wants to grieve, and yet it is a natural part of life. Loss is as inevitable as the love that precedes it. If you don't know how to grieve, your built up sorrow will become a burden, causing depression, bitterness and even illness. There are definite stages in the grief process, and understanding them is essential to healing and recovery. Knowing how to grieve in healthy ways is one of the most important aspects of health care and well being.
Seven Eyes To Me, Three Cushions To You
Posted by Frank Barabba. Published on Aug 22, 2009
To Believers, it seems a roll of the dice sends people to Heaven or Hell. The wind that blows upon the moving dice is the Holy Spirit, of whom we have full access through His ability to see through us to good works. This article ? tells about Holy Spirit works.
Breaking Up May Provide The Opportunity For Self-examination And A New Beginning
Posted by Paul Cutright. Published on Aug 21, 2009
There is nothing easy about ending a love relationship. Breaking up is seldom the ideal resolution to problems within relationships, but all too often is the outcome, despite our best efforts to prevent it. Over the past two or three decades, about half of all marriages have ended in divorce, and the statistics for cohabitation (or living together) are higher than this.
A Time For Renewal
Posted by Kevin Emery. Published on Aug 12, 2009
There is beauty in rain, and those things we often associate with rain, such as loss, sadness or internal contemplation of an exquisitely melancholy nature. A slow down, a reflection, and a crying of tears are not bad things when we put them into perspective.
Where To Buy Acai Berry Products
Posted by csglobal. Published on Jul 04, 2009
Firearm holsters come in many shapes, materials, levels of retention and sizes. Thier are three basic holster catagories; duty holsters, concealment and sporting type. The type of holster used depends on the varying circumstances in which they are used.
Sympathy Words – Tips For Finding The Right Words Of Sympathy After The Death Of A Loved One
Posted by Melanie Walters. Published on Jul 03, 2009
Sympathy words handwritten in sympathy cards or letters offer comfort to someone who has recently lost a loved one. Here are some tips for finding the right sympathy words and what to include in your sympathy message.
Coping With Bereavement; Is There Anything Which Can Help?
Posted by Roseanna Leaton. Published on Jun 28, 2009
Coming to terms with the loss of a loved one is difficult for everyone and we all respond in our own unique way. Hypnosis downloads may be a way in which you can help to sooth yourself through this painful time.
Moving On And Learning How To Deal With A Break Up
Posted by Nikki Frost. Published on May 30, 2009
When the relationship goes bad and you suddenly find yourself figuring how to deal with a break up, you may feel the pain will never be over. Your emotions may be running so high so that you feel you will be an emotional wreck for the rest of your life, and never get over the breakup.
When A Loved One Dies – Making The Best Of Hard Times
Posted by Eva Fry. Published on May 27, 2009
The story of a young wife who lost her husband leaving her with 16 and 23 year old sons. It is encouragement to others who have suffered a loss and how they are enduring and making the best of their hard times. An inspiration to others who are experiencing a similar loss
Words Of Comfort – Ten Gentle Tips To Ease Your Pain As You Grieve
Posted by Ntathu Allen. Published on May 04, 2009
When someone you love and care about dies, life changes. Your sense of connection, ability to move forward and "get on with your life" is often thwarted by the inner turmoil, fear and sense of anxiety you feel. When it feels like your whole world has fallen apart, what can you do to make yourself feel better? Go to page: