Did you know that grief can affect both your mind and your body? If you lose someone you love or are close to, you probably feel a number of emotions—sadness, anger, loneliness, or fear. But did you know that grief can also affect your body? Knowing how your body is affected by grief and loss—and what you can do to relieve the physical and emotional pain—will give you healthy coping skills to last a lifetime. This book will help you learn these skills and start feeling better in both body and mind. Please Sign In or Register to post a comment.
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Most teens have difficulty coping with grief when loss hits close to home. Some teens may not know where to turn or how to deal with their feelings. Adults can aid teenagers as they grieve by helping them accept the fact that they are mourning, says Ryan's Heart, a nonprofit organization for grieving families. And certain therapeutic exercises may help teens as they make their way through the mourning process.
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I lost my father to suicide when I was During and after that tumultuous time in my life, there was no place for me to grieve. There was always silence around his death.
I received a flyer in the mail a few weeks ago advertising something called Blue Christmas Service, which is to be held this month at the Bow Mills United Methodist Church. This is described as a quiet church service of prayer, reflection and music for those having difficulty during this season due to grief, illness, depression, stress, family situations or other struggles. It says that this is a time to acknowledge our feelings of sadness and to remember that we are not alone.