Category Grief

March 13, 2013

Greensboro Community Resources

CEC Bereavement Counselor Whether you are caring for a dying loved one or grieving a recent loss, there are many... Read More

March 7, 2013

Reminders for Adults Who Care for Grieving Children

Kids Path Grief Counselor  It may be helpful for the whole family to grieve openly together. Children will need to... Read More

February 27, 2013

How To Support a Friend Who Is Grieving

Marina Mails, NCC, LPC Bereavement Counselor II It seems that most of us are nervous when talking about a recent... Read More

February 21, 2013

What Does Grief Feel Like?

Marina Mails, NCC, LPC Bereavement Counselor II This poem, “Falling Apart” by Eloise Cole, gives a heart-felt description of what... Read More

February 13, 2013

Grieving on Valentine’s Day

Marina Mails, NCC, LPC Bereavement Counselor II How easy it would be to feel cynical, resentful or empty on Valentine’s... Read More

January 23, 2013

Wisdom About Finding Life Again After Losing a Spouse, from Those Who’ve Been There

Marina Mails, NCC, LPC Bereavement Counselor II Last fall a group of widowed people gathered at Hospice and Palliative Care... Read More

December 27, 2012

Returning to Routine After a Loss

Kids Path Bereavement Counselor The return to normal activity (school, sports, after-school activities, etc.) can be challenging for children and... Read More

December 20, 2012

How To Support a Family Grieving the Loss of a Child

Kids Path Bereavement Counselor   Don’t assume what the family needs, always ask. It’s important to remember that the family’s... Read More

December 14, 2012

Talking with Children about Tragic Death

Sudden, tragic loss such as death due to homicide, suicide, or accident presents a difficult situation for caregivers. Adults are... Read More