Bereavement Articles

Bereavement Articles

  • Things Which May Need Attention After A Loved One Dies

    NOTE: This list is not all-inclusive, and each situation is unique. This is not intended to replace the guidance of an attorney or financial planner. If you have questions or need additional information, please contact a source related to your particular need: Social Security office, …

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  • If you’ve lost due to suicide

    A support group is available in Amarillo for anyone who has suffered a loss due to suicide. The next round of meetings will begin Tuesday, January 14, 2014, meeting at Hillside Christian Church, West Campus, room 409. Survivors of Suicide: Support for families and friends. …

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  • People are talking about our grief support

    Comments from people who have attended our Grief Support Series:  

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  • Six Healthy Habits to Help You Cope with Grief

    Have a support system Keeping in touch with family and friends and/or developing new supportive relationships can be very helpful. Who are the people you can count on for support? Eat well You may be tempted to snack or just not eat at all. Even …

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  • Some Misconceptions and Explanations about Grief

    Misconception: Grief and mourning are the same thing. Explanation: Some define grief by the internal reaction we have to a loss and explain mourning as the outward expression of our grief. You will naturally grieve, but you may have to make a conscious effort to …

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  • Coping with grief during holidays and anniversaries

    Those of us who mourn may have difficulty facing special occasions. The memories associated with birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays can turn memorable events of the past into moments of dread. The four-month stretch from November through February brings the realization that we face four holidays. …

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  • Letters To A Grieving Widow

    There are lessons to be learned by reading actual correspondence between a grieving widow and bereavement coordinator, Danny Mize. Whether you are a widow, widower, or anyone who is mourning the death of a loved one, this document may prepare you for what’s ahead. You …

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  • The Mourner’s “Bill of Rights”

    The Mourner’s “Bill of Rights” Give yourself permission to:

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