Editor Ann Piccirillo firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us practice non-random acts of kindness and appreciation too. We often take for granted the very people who we feel much appreciation for. Let them know you appreciate them.
Grieving during the holidays can be especially difficult and challenging. Many grievers wish that they could sleep right through until January 2nd.
Wake Me Up When it is January 2nd : Grieving During the Holidays. Living with loss when others are celebrating can be quite challenging and difficult.
It's very important to have a team of people who support and encourage you during tough times in life. Remember to thank them too.
It is important to encourage college students to seek help for themselves or for a friend at the counseling center. Asking for help is a sign of strength.
Supporting a grieving friend doesn't need to be scary. Simply show up, listen and share memories. Being a compassionate listener is what is most important.
Asking for help is a sign of strength. When college students ask for help it can save a life.
Learn some helpful ways to support teens when they are losing a loved one. This can help teens, their friends and the adults who care about them.
When our computers crash, and we lose our stuff, we suffer a loss. The loss is not the same as losing a loved one, but it is a loss nonetheless. Please don't minimize this loss.
Enjoy the little things in life for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.
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