Articles on Grief and Loss - Page 3

Keeping the Dream Alive

Presidents’ Day and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day bring to mind the fact that national leaders have the ability to affect the well-being of many, many people. Such commemorations...
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A Birthmom’s Pain

Their name is legion, for they are many, and yet no one knows them. A “legion,” in Biblical terms, was a Roman military platoon of 6,000 men. There are...
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Children Dealing with Grief

When a family member dies, children react differently from adults. Preschool children usually see death as temporary and reversible, a belief reinforced by cartoon characters who die and come...
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The House on Crash Corner

Mostly anecdotal, “The House on Crash Corner,” by Mindy Greenstein, , has a message if you “listen between the lines.” It’s a message on life and death, of understanding,...
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The Song Remains the Same

“I really enjoyed playing with the idea of ‘who are we without our memories’? Do you make the same choices? Do the same things make you happy?” – Allison...
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Book Review: The Matchmaker

The Matchmaker, Elin Hilderbrand’s new summer novel, brings readers back to the place where the sand is hot but the ground is healing — Nantucket. This beautifully written and...
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