Grief In Spring

Grief In Spring

Grief In Spring Written by Sue Burhoe In depression | Grief | Perspective When I woke this morning and saw the chilly temperature. My mind had a brief thought that reminded me of grief. I’ve been waiting for months and months for warm days and balmy breezes....
Mourners Bill of Rights

Mourners Bill of Rights

Mourners Bill of Rights Written by Sue Burhoe In Coping | Grief | Self Help I find this one of the most helpful things for a grieving or mourning person to read. The Mourner’s Bill of Rights Though you should reach out to others as you do the mourning work, you should...
Understanding the Five Stages of Grief

Understanding the Five Stages of Grief

Understanding the Five Stages of Grief Written by Sue Burhoe In 5 Stages | 5 stages of grief | acceptance | anger | bargaining | Death | Denial | depression | Elisabeth Kuber-Ross | Grief There are so many theories about grief, but one, in particular, seems to cause...
Friendship & Grief

Friendship & Grief

Friendship & Grief Written by Sue Burhoe In Friendship | Grief | Loss | Widow For nine months we had talked, compared, and anticipated what we were certain would be an incredible experience. We looked forward to what should have been a time of great joy and...