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Today, 1/14/13, we will be discussing how to help children and parents grief the loss of the loved one. Dr. Annie will be joined by our guest Dr. Shari Butler, and we will have a guest host, Beth Blake moderating. Shari Butler, MPH PhD, received a BA in Psychology and a Masters in Public Health from UCLA. She completed her PhD at the California School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Butler's book: Living Life to the Fullest After the Loss of Your Parents: Becoming Myself was published in
Grieving a loss is often a necessary process to moving forward. This may also apply to those who expectedly or unexpectedly find themselves in the job market. Especially in cases of forced job loss there may be a need to grieve the loss of the old job before they can truly move forward with finding a new job or career.
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On This Week's Show: Grieving
This week we will talk about grief in its many forms - through death, job or relationship loss, the loss of a vision or a dream you have for your life.
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Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Looking for grief support? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N., on Giving Grief a Voice.
What are bereavement services?
How can Hospice support a grieving family?
How can a bereaved individual care for themselves after loss?
Why is grief so difficult?
Join me and my guest Bruce Page, Volunteer and Bereavement Coordinator at Hospice and Palliative Care of Westchester, as we discuss these questions and provide answers to the many questions that arise when caring for and following the death of a loved one.
Bruce Page Bruce just concluded 35 years of Protestant ministry. He developed youth ministries for six congregations. After training as a psychotherapist, Bruce began Hospice work nine years ago providing Spiritual Care (Chaplaincy) to patient families at home or in nursing homes.
We have heard it said or even said it ourselves, "don't grieve the Spirit". In this episode Pastor Sean looks at what "grieving" the Spirit is and how it is done. Pastor will give examples of the character and nature of the Spirit to expalin just how He is grieved by christians going against His nature and character.
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If you have lost a love one, you might be wondering how to cope with your grief this holiday season. At a very young age, I lost a love one and entered the world of GRIEF. Due to my age at the time of the loss, I did not understand the complexity of GRIEF and had NO way of knowing the affect it would have on my life. “Time Heals ALL, right or DOES IT? I am now 44 years old but the pain feels like a fresh dose of GRIEF, a fresh PAPER CUT, a reoccurring Broken Heart. &nbs
Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N. on Grief Talk with Audrey where you'll hear from experts on the subjects of death, dying, grief and loss.
Many people not only suffer a great loss when a friend dies, but also suffer because those around them don’t understand or respect their grief. Join me with my guest Victoria Noe, blogger at www.FriendGrief.com and author of the Friends Grief series of books. Her blog is about people’s experiences grieving the death of a friend: their frustration at finding their grief was not respected, as well as the remarkable ways they changed their own loves as a tribute to that friend.
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"Is it normal to cry so much for a pet?" "Who can I talk to about this? No one seems to understand!" Join Diana Sebdza and I as we address these and other questions around pet loss, discuss Pet Loss Support via online resources, issues with euthanasia, pet loss as a disenfranchised grief, how we grieve previous losses once a pet dies (the broken bond), bereavement rituals/memorials and ceremonies for pets. Diana will also share a couple of readings that she gives to he
It sounds odd, healthy grieving. But make no mistake about it, there is a way to grieve for a loved one or for you if a life threatening illness is present.
Julie will talk with a Hospice specialist about end of life issues and how to face them not only with dignity but with some sense of calm and peace.
My guest tonight is Weight Loss Guru Practitioner and Personal Trainer Rob Brennan. He will be explaining his key fundamentals to successful weight loss.
Rob is the Fitness Director of Clinical Edge Healthcare in Macclesfield, Cheshire. ‘Clinical Edge’ is a private medical clinic focusing on metabolic health problems such as chronic fatigue, diabetes and obesity. Many clients of the clinic have struggled with weight loss for years before discovering the unique technology and expert assistance offered by the Clinic.
Rob offers provides cutting edge dietary advice and exercise programmes and he will be sharing many powerful and helpful insights in tonights show.