Connecting Through Grief

We all know someone who has passed away, and we’ve all comforted someone who is grieving.  Our first experience with death stays with us.  Perhaps a grandparent or other older relative passed away.  We might notice someone wearing a ribbon or read an obituary that asks us to offer condolences.  As a therapist, I’ve run Bereavement Groups.  I have sat and talked with children about losing a parent or sibling and with adults trying to cope with their grief.   In my current practice I marvel at the resilience of my clients as they continue on:  Through suicides, illnesses and accidents. […]