Grief in the Holidays: Eight Tips to Help Someone Grieving During the Holidays For many people, the holiday season is a special time of year marked by celebrations and gatherings with family and friends. For those struggling with the death of a loved one, the holidays may be a difficult time full ofRead more
Family Night Holiday Craft Party A holiday party invitation for families going through the grief process. Family Nights provide both children and adults a caring environment in which they will be able to feel supported and “grieve out loud” as they move through the healing process. Bring a picture of your loved one to useRead more
http://www.momentsoflife.org/grief-holidays Grieving during the holidaysRead more
Wear Blue on Thursday, November 20 http://childrengrieve.org/facing-onset-grief%E2%80%99s-winter Thursday, November 20th..show your support and wear blue…. Children & teens grieve too! Wear blue tomorrow (Thursday Nov 20th) to show your support. No child should have to grieve alone.Read more
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