Tag Archive: loss

September 16, 2019

Why Grieving Kids Get “Clingy”

Separation anxiety can be a common response to a significant loss for preschool or elementary-age children. You may find that... Read More

September 14, 2018

Helping Kids Talk About “Big Feelings”

Losing a loved one or coping with serious illness can be stressful for children, particularly those too young to effectively... Read More

August 15, 2018

Should My Child Attend the Funeral?

Kids Path counselors are often asked, “Is it a good idea for my child to attend our loved one’s funeral... Read More

June 22, 2018

Finding Your “New Normal” After a Loss

When will life go back to normal? When will I stop randomly crying? When will I have my energy back?... Read More

June 14, 2018

Teens Grieve Differently: What You Need to Know

Teenagers are in a time of transition between adulthood and childhood as they gain skills to navigate academic responsibilities, peer... Read More

December 18, 2017

Seasonal Depression: It’s More than the “Winter Blues”

Undiagnosed, untreated, unrecognized Seasonal Affective Disorder could be making the tough times tougher As if it weren’t sufficiently challenging to... Read More

November 30, 2017

Grief: What to Expect – January 22 and 23

In the early days after the loss of a loved one, life can feel overwhelming and disorienting. This hour-long program... Read More

November 30, 2017

Loss of Spouse Support Group – January, February, March and April

Finding Our Way After the Loss of a Spouse or Constant Companion For many, the death of a spouse or... Read More

November 29, 2017

Your Holiday Grief Toolkit: Piecing Together a Holiday without your Loved One

There is perhaps no milestone so daunting for the newly bereaved as the holiday season: a time typically spent celebrating... Read More