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After the death of a loved one, life is never the same.

Our goal at the Children's Bereavement Center (CBC) is to enable children and families to acknowledge change, adjust and integrate loss with healthful grief and mourning.

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Navigating the complexities of grieving the loss of a loved one involves acknowledging that difficult emotions are a natural part of the process. Releasing such emotions requires one to willingly let go of attachments to the past or expectations for the future and embracing the present moment.  Here are some tips to help you navigate the path toward healing...

When we think of self-care in grief, it may not initially make sense. We might ask ourselves, how can we take care of ourselves when grief is so overpowering? How can we focus on ourselves when our focus should be on the loss experienced? How can we take care of ourselves when there are a million other things to do? Just as we are reminded on every airplane flight, you have to put your mask on first before helping someone else. In this article, we will explore different strategies that can be used to reduce stress, anxiety, and help ground ourselves when feeling overwhelmed by complicated emotions.


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