Just a quick note with links to some awesome resources that I've found really useful, especially at this time of year. Feel free to visit them, save for later, or forward to anyone you know who may benefit.
1. For those grieving the loss of loved ones, here's a great article called Four Easy, Last-Minute Ideas for Memorializing Loved Ones This Holiday by Litsa Williams from the What's Your Grief blog.
2. You may also be interested in reading or forwarding the Autumn-Winter issue ofThe Compassionate Friends' magazine We Need Not Walk Alone. I highly recommend this periodical, featuring articles by and for parents, siblings, and grandparents who are grieving the death of a child in their family.
3. I also want to let you know about the Open to Hope Foundation, a non-profit foundation with the mission of helping people find hope after loss. On their site you will find articles, radio and tv shows, and books all offering support, hope, and healing through the grief process.
4. Lastly, I'd like to introduce you to Linda Graham, MFT, who offers the site Resources for Recovering Resilience. This is for everyone who encounters life stress and adversity; not necessarily dealing with death. Her December newsletter article is chocked full of effective coping strategies.
I wish you all the best throughout this holiday season. May your homes be filled with warmth and love, and may your hearts find true peace.
Wishing you health and peace,
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