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Loss & Grief

From Hurt To Hope

Loss & Grief

August 6, 2010

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Times of loss and grief are difficult. What we have for you in these videos, eGuides and interviews are tips and recommendations on what you can say and do to ease the tension and pain of these times.

The resources here will help you and/or your loved ones:

  • Deal with loss and grief
  • Cope with fear, denial, anger etc.
  • Support your loved ones
  • Say things that help
  • Avoid things that make it worse
  • And moreā€¦

You can immediately access the FREE 4-Part Mini Email Course “Getting Through Loss & Grief.” The first segment “When a Loved One Has Dementia,” will be delivered to your email today. This mini-course covers a variety of topics, but each is designed to help you Get Through Loss and Grief. Each of the other 3 will arrive every other day this week.

Even though each topic is diverse, elements in each each of them will help you deal with your own situation of loss and grief. The segments include:

  • 3 things you can do for a loved one who has dementia
  • 3 tips for getting through the first year after the death of a loved one
  • 3 things to say to help a child understand death and dying
  • 3 ways to deal with the loss of a family pet.

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  1. merensign on August 21, 2010 10:00 pm

    Thank you Marilyn and Karen. What a lovely & extremely helpful idea. We will be needing to handle these kinds of situations more and more in the future. Those of us who are in the direct situation of being in the ministry need these kinds of skills. Warm thanks – Mereth

  2. Kevin Thompson on September 3, 2010 10:51 pm

    Karen & Marilyn
    Thank you for this ministry. Having dealt with a number of very painful situations of death and grieving I appreciate this resource for my own benefit and also for pointing people to a place for help. Recently I dealt with the suicide of a young man of 27 years old. This was an extremely difficult situation for the family and suicide adds an extra dimension of pain, guilt and suffering. May I suggest that you address suicide in a future topic.
    Thanks for what you are doing.
    Kevin Thompson

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