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    • 1.

      Using Your Self-Talk to Cope with the Death of a Loved One

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-03-13
      Have you ever said to yourself, when thinking about the loss of your loved one, that you are afraid to face the world without him/her? Or, have you said, "This isn't fair. I don't deserve this. Why ha...
    • 2.

      Seven Ways to Tap Your Spiritual Traditions and Beliefs to Manage Grief

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-03-24
      One of the most important resources to turn to when mourning the death of a loved one is the spiritual core beliefs and traditions you have been exposed to. Many mourners have told me about using thei...
    • 3.

      How To Help Yourself through The Holidays When Mourning

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-03-27
      Grief is the internal response to loss, the sadness, sorrow, and pain that seems endless. Mourning is all of those things and more which are public and you share with others. Mourning is healthy. Grie...
    • 4.

      How To Become An Expert At Loving In Separation

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-03-29
      Death ends a life but not a relationship. So have you ever wondered how you can keep the memory of your loved one alive? Or, how can you establish a new and stronger relationship with the person who d...
    • 5.

      It's Okay to Establish a New Relationship with Your Deceased Loved One

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-04-17
      Those mourning the death of a loved one are often told to find closure, let go of the deceased loved one, and go on with their lives. For most, this admonition is tantamount to saying forget about the...
    • 6.

      Five Best Ways to Develop Your Coping Skills When Mourning the Death of a Loved One

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-04-18
      Does the grief you are experiencing seem to be relentless? Is there no end in sight? That feeling is not unusual for many. A common experience for mourners is not to be able to find a nurturing suppor...
    • 7.

      How to Cope with the Anniversaries of Tragic Losses

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-04-24
      With the increase in violence and the many tragic losses that occur nationally, there is an increased need to consider how to deal with the anniversaries of these events. This is especially true if yo...
    • 8.

      Never Let Go- How to Hang On to Hope When Mourning

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-04-25
      Does everything look hopeless? No future? No place to turn for the help you really need deep within? Is there anything that can make a difference in the way you feel? Despite the image and meaning you...
    • 9.

      Why It's Okay to Talk to a Deceased Loved One

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-04-28
      Is it a bit unusual to have a conversation with a deceased loved one? Do many people do this? And are there any benefits to such action? What will my friends think if they find out? These questions ar...
    • 10.

      How to Be a Positive Grief Model for a Child

      by Lou LaGrand - 2007-04-29
      Much of our behavior in adult life is based on the examples we were exposed to as children. Many of these examples were backed up with admonitions, directions and information that were put forth as "t...