Posts by Gina Brown

Finding Joy in Grief

Do you remember life without grief? It may seem like a dream. Have you felt loneliness, anger, betrayal or bitterness? How are you handling trials that come your way? Many grievers are asking, “Can I experience joy while presently grieving”? It takes a lifetime to grieve the death of a loved one, but during your…

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Children Also Grieve

Often, we hear adults say “children are resilient, they’ll be fine!” The truth is, if you are feeling sad, mad, frustrated or lonely as an adult due to the death of a loved one; more than likely your children are, too. Yes, children can be resilient given the right tools. We just finished our 10…

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Sharing One Mother’s Words to her Grieving Children

Mother’s Day typically involves happy celebrations, brunch gatherings, and beautiful flower deliveries. But for many children and adults who are grieving the death of their mother, it can bring a sense of isolation as they cope privately with their grief. Grieving children and adults yearn to see and hear from their mother once more. Many…

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Family: Engaging in the work of Grief together….

“Families can not only survive but thrive, if they allow their unique experiences of grief to knit them together and heal as one.” Dr. Christine Hibbert       Even though death is inevitable, with the death of a loved one comes a stream of emotions. Grief is necessary, yet it is synonymous with pain.…

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Let Us Not Forget the Children

Children Grieve Too.  Are you aware that research reports that 1 in 20 children will lose a parent by the time they graduate? This does not include siblings, grandparents and other loved ones. Tomorrow, November 17th, is Children’s Grief Awareness Day. The path of grief is difficult, especially in the life of a child. AWARENESS…

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