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Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving Dinner

Home for the holiday from New Orleans,
with Mother and Father at the tiny
drop leaf, brown rosewood, mahogany
table with the gold, grinning claw feet;
Father, choler- red-in the-face, short-

Grief & the Holidays: Caring for You

Grief Holidays

Grieving in the Second Year After a Loss

Grieving

There is a pretty well-accepted theory on grieving that the first year is the hardest. The loss is so new, the first months can be spent in a blur of shock and disbelief.

We Will Always Miss Them

Missing someone is painful.

Will the hurt ever end?

Explaining Jewish Mourning Traditions & Rituals

When a member of your community passes away, it’s a difficult but important time to be present. Judaism is one of the many faith traditions that has rituals designed to bring people together as support for mourners who need time to grieve.

HOW TO HANDLE HOLIDAY LONELINESS

Holidays can be lonely. This time of year surfaces our losses and throws them in our faces. We bump into a memory with every decoration, song, or tradition.

Finding Thanks in Thanksgiving When Missing Your Loved One

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When GRIEF and THANKSGIVING Collide, Who Will Win?

Grief is about to meet Thanksgiving. Which one will win?

Talking Turkey: Loss and Grief at Thanksgiving

A woman and her dog found my secret beach on the river, struck up a conversation and told me her father had died in July.  She dreaded Thanksgiving.

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