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Surviving the Loss of an Adult Child

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Grieving for a Son or Daughter
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Complicated grief and the DSM: Grief an Illness? Are They Nuts?

Complicated grief and the DSM: Grief an Illness? Are They Nuts? | Child-Loss Grief | Scoop.it
Is grief a disease? That is one of the crucial questions psychologists are asking as the American Psychiatric Association revamps its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), used by millions of mental health professionals to...

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Judith van Praag's comment, February 15, 2013 12:29 PM
Anne, I just came across, and posted link to a documentary about the DSM.
Anne Bosworth's comment, February 15, 2013 7:06 PM
Cool. Thanks! I'll check it out.
Anne Bosworth's comment, February 18, 2013 11:08 PM
That was QUITE the documentary!!! WOW!!! Ive always had my suspicions, but I wasn't expecting such a powerful confirmation. World gone pathology crazy!!!!
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• Outstanding in the Field: Want to learn more about the food you eat? Consider dining in the field.
• Soldier Ann: Sergeant Ann overcomes a hostile environment — and then she’s deployed to Iraq.
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We Need Not Walk Alone

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The Compassionate Friends - Autumn 2012 Newsletter


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The Doctor Will Skype You Now

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Mental-health counseling is now conveniently
just a click away. But is Web therapy really as
beneficial as spending time on a therapist’s couch?
By Tori Rodriguez


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A Preliminary Comparison Study of Online and Face-to-Face Counseling: Client Perceptions of Three Factors

A Preliminary Comparison Study of Online and Face-to-Face Counseling: Client Perceptions of Three Factors | Child-Loss Grief | Scoop.it

(2012). A Preliminary Comparison Study of Online and Face-to-Face Counseling: Client Perceptions of Three Factors. Journal of Technology in Human Services: Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 14-31.

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Grief Journey to Reading Journey: Books That Have Helped - Updated 9/1/2012

Grief Journey to Reading Journey: Books That Have Helped - Updated 9/1/2012 | Child-Loss Grief | Scoop.it
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Z o e’s S t o r y

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Mother Grieving Loss of Child - http://mothergrievinglossofchild.blogspot.com/

Mother Grieving Loss of Child - http://mothergrievinglossofchild.blogspot.com/ | Child-Loss Grief | Scoop.it

My blog, on which I am grieving the loss of my precious 19-year-old daughter, my forever "Teen Angel," Merry Katherine Prince.

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Grief, Loss, and Love

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"Bereaved parents are at increased risk..." DSM-5: Social Justice Solutions
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The Only Way I Survived After Losing My Child

The Only Way I Survived After Losing My Child | Child-Loss Grief | Scoop.it
The person we lose cannot become a taboo subject. Holding in our pain is also holding in our memories and ultimately the joy that person brought us.

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Beautiful and Terrible

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Center for Loss and Trauma

Center for Loss and Trauma | Child-Loss Grief | Scoop.it

Today, I am a mother to five children, now mostly grown, “four who walk and one who soars”. On July 27 of 1994, the day my daughter died, my life changed irreparably. I will never be the same person I was before my baby daughter's death. Nor do I wish to be. Since then, I have committed my life to the service of others suffering traumatic deaths, as it was in the darkness when I truly found my self.


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Judith van Praag's curator insight, January 21, 2013 7:10 AM

How Joanne's words resonated for me in the mid to late nineties. In January of 1994, one year after my husband and I suffered the loss of our baby daughter, I immigrated to the U.S., returning to Texas, Gary's home state.

 

Unable to find a suitable couseler in our neck of the woods, I sought help from
Dr. Yael Danieli in New York. She counseled me during weekly 15 minute telephone sessions. By the time Gary and I had relocated to Seattle, Dr. Danieli suggested I'd write a book about our loss, and the subsequent mourning, grief and recovery, to help other parents who had to deal with a similar loss.

 

Creative Acts of Healing: after a baby dies was published in August of 1999, just before we moved back east for a year, where I became active on forums of support groups such as Dr. Michael Berman's Hygeia, and "Lieve Engeltjes" in the Netherlands.


After we returned to Seattle, Joanne Cacciatore invited me to give a presentation at the MISS Conference Passages2001, in her hometown, Scarsdale, AZ.

 

Meeting Joanne in person, seeing her perform before and during the conference, relaxed and personable during an informal welcome dinner for presenters, and psyched, a powerhouse on the big day itself, I believe she did truly find her calling.

 

That she was nurse/caregiver to psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler Ross, and that she found inspiration as well as a mentor in the pioneer of near-death studies and bereavement counseling, certainly has something to do with her chosen path and successful planning of her future. Still, her dedication is fuelled by the memory of her little girl.

 

No matter what we what we do in our life, no matter where we come from and who we are, our losses can make us empathing to the suffering of others, and our lost loved ones can be our guiding lights for ever.

 

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Remembering Josh

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Robbie Miller Kaplan's Blog - Grief Support at LegacyConnect

Robbie Miller Kaplan's Blog - Grief Support at LegacyConnect | Child-Loss Grief | Scoop.it

Check out Child-Loss Griever Robbie Miller Kaplan's Blog for tips on condolence messages, attending funerals, and more on mourning and bereavement.

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FOUR TREES DOWN FROM PONTE SISTO – a BBC Radio Play | BEYOND GOODBYE

FOUR TREES DOWN FROM PONTE SISTO – a BBC Radio Play | BEYOND GOODBYE | Child-Loss Grief | Scoop.it

Poignant. Tears... A mother's grief, captured in Sharon Charde's poetry over the past 25 years after the death of her son across the ocean from her in Rome: "Four Trees Down from Ponte Sisto." Made into a radio-play (you can listen to it here) by the BBC, performed by actress Anne Undeland, adapted and composed for radio by Gregory Whitehead. Charde, the grieving mother poet, is a retired family therapist and writing teacher from Connecticut. ~Thanks so much for sharing with me, to http://www.scoop.it/t/grief-and-loss

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Grief and Loss

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In Memory of my deeply loved son, Graham Louis de Wit : websites and blogs about grief and loss of a child; "See what a grace was seated on this brow: Hyperion's curls, the front of Jove himself, An eye like Mars, to threaten and command, A station...
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