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12 Suggestions for Dealing with Grief and Loss
12 suggestions for coping with grief and loss. (5:10 minutes)
Coping With Death
This short video offers suggestions on how to cope with death. (4:13 Minutes)
How to Support Grieving Parents
Dr. Nancy Valentine offers her advice on how to cope when the unthinkable happens. (29:27 Minutes)
Dealing with the Death of a Spouse
Four people share their stories of grief after losing their spouses. (24:35 Minutes)
What Not to Say
Kay Warren shares some practical advice on what not to say to someone who is grieving, based upon her own personal experience. (6:16 Minutes)
Four Things To Avoid in the Face of a Loved One’s Grief
Patrick Riecke, director, Chaplaincy & Volunteer Services with Parkview Health shares four actions to avoid when helping our friends in times of crisis and grief. (4:12 minutes)
How to Deal With Loneliness
Produced by Noah Elkrief, this vdeo talks about why we feel lonely and how to overcome feelings of loneliness. (11:36 Minutes)
Walking Through Catastrophic Grief
Kay Warren describes what catastrophic grief is and how oftentimes, experiencing catastrophic grief opens the doors to other unmourned losses. (6:11 Minutes)
Grief is normal.
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