The Case for Grief Support in Schools

The Case for Grief Support in Schools

The Case for Grief Support in Schools Did you know – *7 out of 10 teachers have a student currently in their classroom who is grieving. This is incredible – but I bet if you asked a teacher, they already know it. Children are so often the forgotten mourners and I...
The Myth of Closure

The Myth of Closure

The Myth of Closure Out of the numerous harmful myths about grief, the myth of closure has to be one of the most common. If we are grieving, how many times were we told at the funeral that now we have closure and can get on with life? As if a funeral magically stops...
Grief Emotions

Grief Emotions

Grief Emotions One of the hardest things about Grief is that we can feel a million different emotions seemingly all at once. And oftentimes we can’t even put how we are feeling into words. The “Grief A Tangled Ball of Emotions” is a visual representation of all of...
The Griever’s 3 Promises

The Griever’s 3 Promises

The Griever’s 3 Promises The grief journey that you are walking is 100% your own. You have permission to grieve in your own way and on your own timeline. Take a look below at the 3 initial promises that you can declare to make your journey just a bit lighter. Promise...
Supporting a Griever

Supporting a Griever

Supporting a Griever “I am here with you.” When you have a friend or family member that has suffered an expected or unexpected loss it can be very hard to know what to say. Oftentimes because it is so hard, we say nothing. We may even avoid the person altogether. To...