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Return to all articles Many of us who work with grieving people have had mixed feelings about medicating grief reactions. The intensity of sorrow, shock, anger and distress that we feel in response to the loss of a loved one can at times feel overwhelming. For those who s...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/Medicating-Grief 7/25/2019 4:39:46 PM
Donate today! Support ongoing hospice education and resources <!-- /.actions --> <!-- /.widget --> Our Expert Kenneth Doka, PhD, MDiv Sr. Vice President, Grief Programs, Hospice Foundation of America; former Professor of Gerontolo...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Ask-a-Grief-Expert 9/18/2018 9:05:54 AM
PDF of Hospice Foundation of America's 2022 publication.  Shattered: Trauma and Grief Kenneth J. Doka and Amy S. Tucci, Editors  Foreword by Ted Rynearson   Chapters include: Pandemic Grief and the Assault on Meaning: Bridging Research and Practice S...
https://hospicefoundation.org/HFA-Products/Shattered-Trauma-and-Grief-PDF 3/22/2022 1:07:10 PM
Living with Grief®: Before and After the Death (DVD) features a panel discussion exploring the most current theoretical perspectives on loss and grief as experienced by persons throughout a life-limiting illness and by survivors after the death.    The companion book (IS...
https://hospicefoundation.org/HFA-Products/Before-and-After-the-Death-Book 12/16/2015 12:04:06 PM
Return to all articles Grief can seem to have a life of its own, independent of your hopes or expectations. Similar to a volcano, it can have a dormant state as well as an active state, and even when not consciously felt, it is there within you. While often thought of ...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/The-Independence-of-Grief 6/18/2019 3:15:19 PM
While grief is a normal transitional event in the lives of most individuals, some people have complications in coping with loss that merit more intensive support and treatment. Hospice Foundation of America’s newest publication, When Grief is Complicated , examines the acad...
https://hospicefoundation.org/HFA-Products/When-Grief-is-Complicated-Book 12/12/2016 11:29:35 AM
Return to all articles Grief is not isolated to marriage or familial relationships. The death of a partner can be just as painful, intense, and significant. Grief, in the final analysis, is a measure of love. But as a partner, your grief may be minimized or altogether ove...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/When-a-Partner-Dies 6/3/2014 11:56:06 AM
Return to all articles It is tough to deal with the “stuff of grief;” the possessions, clothes, and other belongings of the person who has died. Well-meaning friends may advise you to clear everything out; others may make requests subtly, or not so subtly, for certain it...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/The-Stuff-of-Grief 6/6/2014 10:44:15 AM
Caregiver's Guide the Dying Process Coping with Grief Before and After the Death   Grief is not experienced only after death. As a caregiver, you may be susceptible to two types of grief: anticipatory grief during your loved one’s illness, and then grief that...
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Caregiving 3/28/2014 11:50:11 AM
Return to all articles When grieving, you may experience intense emotions, find yourselves disoriented and unable to concentrate, or see that you are not behaving as you usually do. You may feel physically ill, experiencing a variety of aches and pains....
https://hospicefoundation.org/Grief-(1)/Journeys-with-Grief-Articles/Grief-and-Spirituality 6/6/2014 10:45:48 AM
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