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THINGS THAT WON'T HELP GRIEVING DADS | DON'T PRESUME: It's easy to see a father who's had to go back to work following the loss of his baby and think he's fine.
At the same time, we have got to understand the pain, and helping people grieve and I feel that because grieving is personal and painful, people shouldn't be disturbed.
It is most important that people who have lost their loved ones grieve because only after proper grieving can healing really set in and this is a long drawn out process for which it is important for individuals to seek psychological counselling.
The immense need for schools to deliver better support to their grieving students is reflected in the Coalition members impressive commitment to this initiative, said New York Life Foundation President Heather Nesle.
McCambridge (Ask Mary Mac) has over 25 years experience in the field of grief and bereavement, is an award-winning author, speaker, coach, blogger and publisher and creator of The Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc.
One interesting section is "Tips for Children and Teens with Grieving Friends and Classmates"--a topic not often covered by grief professionals, but something we encounter regularly in a school.
The grieving process continues long after the funeral The loss of a loved one can affect you emotionally and physically, so give yourself time to grieve
The impact of death on families has been well-researched in numerous publications, while the grieving process of nurses and other health care providers has remained largely unexamined.
Throughout my journey to further understand loss and grieving, I have encountered various theoretical and philosophical views.
Here are some dos and don't when it comes to helping people who are going through the grieving process.
In On Grief and Grieving, Kubler-Ross and Kessler transfer these stages to the experience of those who are mourning someone who has died.
Be aware of your "cowbells," which refer to the personal loss issues that may surface in a caregiver when he or she is working with a grieving person.