goodgrief app – a resource for loss and grief

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Sometime in 2017, I happened across a little startup called the goodgrief app. It came across my twitter feed and I immediately clicked through to see who else was talking about grief out in the open and in the light. After combing through their social media accounts and reviewing the website, I took the plunge…

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What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone

Do you want to be there for a loved one, but don’t know how? Here are some techniques to help you ‘hold space’ for people in need. Source: What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone The article linked above is a wonderful explanation of how the author came to her conclusions about grief,…

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Five-minute Storytelling to Reconnect Staff, Residents, and Families

When a loved one goes into a senior care facility, the number of people who support them grows. In addition to their family members, they now have the center staff and residents in their circle. And it’s important to realize that each of these individuals has something to contribute. Five-minute storytelling is a way to…

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Documenting Your Grief Awareness Story

It was recently National Grief Awareness Day, and that got me thinking. Being more aware of my grief and working with it instead of ignoring it has changed my life. By creating the Legacy Recorder, I have been able to process my grief, work with, and find ways to acknowledge it by viewing my world…

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How being aware of and working with my #grief changed my life

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Working Through #Grief Looks Different for Everyone     Listen to the Podcast   Show Notes Episode 17: How being more aware of my #grief & working with it instead of ignoring it has changed my life This is in observance of #GriefAwarenessDay (which is 8/30) Resources: National Grief Awareness Day goodgrief app Grief Beyond…

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