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Return to all articles Many women miscarry before they are even aware they are pregnant. Miscarriages occur in at least 20 percent of pregnancies, many in the first twelve weeks. While the physical needs of many women who miscarry are addressed, their emotional needs are ...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/Mourning-a-Miscarriage 6/4/2014 9:37:40 AM
Return to all articles Ask an Expert Question When I told my three children (6, 9, and 13) that their grand­mother died they were sad but not for long. I thought they’d be more upset. While they didn’t see her every day, we saw her at least monthly. Since Mom didn’t...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/How-Children-Grieve 7/25/2019 3:54:41 PM
Return to all articles The sudden, unexpected loss of a loved one or friend can be an especially difficult experience.  Loss in itself is painful, but sudden loss that gives no chance to prepare can feel both painful and intensely shocking. You may feel cheated of th...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/Facing-Sudden-Loss 6/6/2014 11:22:56 AM
The Grief River ®  model evolved organically out of the popular “waves of grief” metaphor. It makes use of the phases of a river (headwaters, rapids, run, delta, and rejoining the sea) and other water analogies to provide a coherent narrative that places one’s current loss wit...
https://hospicefoundation.org/HFA-Products/Grief-River-A-New-Approach-to-Understanding-and-S 6/2/2023 10:07:48 AM
Return to all articles Grief and loss visit the workplace frequently based on the fact that 2.5 million deaths occur every year in the United States.  These deaths will inevitably affect those with whom we work side-by-side each day.   Here’s an example of how such a ...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/Helping-a-Grieving-Co-Worker 9/17/2014 2:01:31 PM
Retun to all articles Parents whose children precede them in death may feel a lack of support, in part because it is focused on other survivors, such as the child’s spouse or children, and in part because there simply is little recognition of the powerful and continuing b...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/When-an-Adult-Child-Dies 6/4/2014 10:34:34 AM
Disenfranchised grief occurs when a loss is stigmatized or is not socially validated. At times the stigmatization and invalidation of grief is intertwined, consciously or unconsciously, in racial bias and racist ideology that results in a lack of empathy for the bereaved. Ther...
https://hospicefoundation.org/HFA-Products/The-Impact-of-Disenfranchised-Grief-on-African-Ame 6/2/2023 9:54:43 AM
The 2024 Living with Grief ® program highlights prolonged grief disorder as a new addition to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed., text rev.) (DSM-5-TR). Panelists will explore the nature of the disorder and, using a case study approach, ex...
https://hospicefoundation.org/HFA-Products/Living-with-Grief-LWG-Understanding-Prolonged-G 6/2/2023 10:17:36 AM
Return to all articles “Senseless” is the unsettling description often used to describe a homicide. A murder death ranks among the most all-consuming of tragedies. What could possibly cause one human being to extinguish the life of another? There is no satisfying answer. ...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/Healing-After-a-Homicide 6/4/2014 10:31:36 AM
Return to all articles Many people are anxious about expressing their condolences following a suicide of a friend or family member. Being with a close survivor is perhaps the most eloquent statement of care and concern. Bring your best self to that visit—neither prejudice...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/Helping-After-a-Suicide 6/4/2014 11:19:26 AM
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