January 25, 2015

Bereavement & Grief
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Losing a loved one can be so difficult. You may not ever get over the loss, but you will learn to live with it, as you heal and rebuild your life. Fran Nathanson, Lead Grief Counselor at Midwest Palliative & Hospice Care Center talks about the importance of self care and the tasks of grieving during the process. Dr. Steven Walker addresses mental health and the stigma around it. He feels that as a society, we need to learn to accept mental health issues and get the care needed. Guest, Nancy Tuzzolino, wrote The Promise, a beautiful poem to help her grieve her father’s passing. Give yourself and others permission to feel exactly the way they are, and they way they are not, while grieving. Most importantly, reach out for help, knowing you are never alone in the process.

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