Bereavement

Self-Care- It’s Good for the Soul

July 14, 2022 The 24th of June marked the start of Self-Care Month, and it ends with “Self-Care Day on July 24th. According to the WHO (World Health Organization), this date was selected because “self-care can be practiced 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week.” Around the world, people will try to focus on… Continue reading Self-Care- It’s Good for the Soul

Bereavement, Updates

Entering the New Year with Hope and Love

The month of January brings a sense of hope as we look forward to beginning a new year.  Resolutions and plans focused on wellness and self-improvement often focus on how we should make changes in our lives. Many times, we fail to include our spiritual health when we look at the improvements needed in our… Continue reading Entering the New Year with Hope and Love

Bereavement, COVID-19

Social Wellness Month: Reconnecting with Friends and Family After COVID-19

As we begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel with the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to recognize July as Social Wellness Month. During this month, focus on nurturing yourself and your relationships. Social wellness and keeping a strong social network play a role in almost every aspect of your health. There… Continue reading Social Wellness Month: Reconnecting with Friends and Family After COVID-19

Bereavement

Childhood Grief: How to Help Throughout the Years

Grief is an incredibly unique experience. It depends entirely on the person, the loved one they lost, and countless other elements in their life. One of the most impactful elements is their age. Each year brings new awareness, skills, and developmental milestones. Therefore, it stands to reason that age plays a large factor in how… Continue reading Childhood Grief: How to Help Throughout the Years

Bereavement

What You Should Know About the Unique Types of Grief

Every person who loses a loved one is going to experience a unique form of grief. The pain and loss you experience depends completely on your relationship to the deceased, the circumstances surrounding their death, your stage in life, and countless other factors. This is also why your personal approach to grief often changes depending… Continue reading What You Should Know About the Unique Types of Grief