Posts tagged "grieving"

Support the Grief Work of Others

I began this 2 post series discussing the grief work that my friend will have to go through as the result of his father’s death. It is definitely worth a look. How can those that care for my friend be of the best support and service to him? First and foremost, his friends should not... Read more »

Grief Work, Grieve Well

A friend of mine recently lost his father. Why do we shy away from saying someone died? Why do we have so many imprecise euphemisms for death? Why? I’ll come back to that some other time, to our fear of death, our feeling that by not mentioning its name it won’t come for us. With... Read more »
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