John M. Schneider Ph.D. has identified some key differences between grief and depression. If you have any questions or concerns about what you are experiencing, please contact your bereavement social worker for a comprehensive assessment. You Are Grieving When You: Sometimes find yourself obsessed with thinking about the person who died, but at other times […]
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All of us have stories about our family – stories about growing up, shared life experiences, and stories about ancestors who died long ago. The book, Stories, The Family Legacy: A Guide for Recollection and Sharing, encourages us to preserve the stories that are a part of our heritage. Sharing stories can enable families to […]
Have you thought about the radical notion that grief is a gift? Certainly there are many gifts you would rather receive than to experience the death of a very special loved one. The challenge for each of us is to take the pain and turn it into something positive. Each of us has a choice […]
Keep your loved one’s finest qualities alive. This can be your ongoing gift to the one you love, and his or her ongoing gift to the world. – Linus Murdy Crises refine life. IN them you discover what you are. –Allan Knight Chalmers