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Free Webinar: Is Grief Upending Your Holidays?
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Is grief upending your Holidays? If so join Dr. Heidi and Dr. Gloria Horsley and Debbie Rambis Executive Director of The Compassionate Friends as they share tips and tools to make the holidays not only a time of hope but also a time of remembrance. Join in the conversation by emailing your traditions and ideas.
 
Please click the link below to watch the webinar, Is Grief Upending Your Holidays? 
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The above webinar hosted by Drs Gloria and Heidi Horsley from Open to Hope with guest Debbie Rambis from Compassionate Friends reminding us again how we can get through the holidays by following some suggestions.

* If you have young children try to keep the holiday for them

* Accept a holiday invitation but let a friend know that you might have to take a break so the friend can let everyone know you are all right

* If there is a toast before a dinner include everyone, not just the one who is gone  

* Start a new tradition – make a wreath with some of your loved one’s favorite things on it or light a special candle or make a special ornament to add to the tree

* Find a way to give – there are many 

* Don’t assume that people know what you want – ask for help

* Exercise – grief can get trapped in our bodies – go for a walk

* Rest the mind before bedtime – work a puzzle

* Remember to breathe – there’s an app called CALM – it’s wonderful

* Laugh – it has the same effect as crying

* Don’t isolate yourself – keep some social connections

*  Have self-compassion – hugs are good

* Focus on the positive – it helps rather than being negative

* Don’t drink or use drugs – it will not help

Open to Hope is a good place to find helpful information as you work on your grief.

Compassionate Friends is also a good group – they have closed groups that you can join that focus on each type of loss  

This webinar was recorded and will be available for viewing at a later date

Here's the replay of the webinar. 

 

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From Open to Hope:
You are invited to a free Zoom webinar. 
January 14, 2019 7:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
 
Find out how to summon newfound resilience, courage, strength and faith with a roadmap for healing after loss called “The Five Honorings”. Join mother daughter team, Drs. Gloria and Heidi Horsley and their special guest, Dr. Ken Druck. Dr. Druck is a best-selling author and founder of The Jenna Druck Center Families Helping Families Program. Join the conversation by texting in your questions and thoughts.
 
Please click the link below to watch the recorded webinar, The Secrets of Resiliency and Courage After a Significant Loss With Ken Druck
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Difficult emotions are hard to shake. Ignoring them doesn’t really make them go away, and rumination just fuels the fire of suffering. During this workshop, you will learn how the physical sensation of emotion can be your ally during tough times and even provide you with inner wisdom and insight. Join Heather Stang, author of Mindfulness & Grief, for this free webinar from the TAPS Institute for Hope & Healing and the Hospice Foundation of America.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

If you missed the program or would like to share it with someone, it is available on the TAPS Institute webpage: https://www.taps.org/webinar/2019/meditation-for-coping.

 

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NO DEATH, NO FEAR

A FREE 4-Week Online Course Beginning on January 28th

What if engaging with our fear surrounding death could help awaken us to the gift of life?
Beginning on January 28th, join the preeminent teachers on mindfulness, compassion, courage and end-of-life care for a free 4-week course to help you embrace birth and death in every moment.

Many Western societies encourage us to sweep death under the rug, but what if coming face-to-face with our aversion to death could actually transform us into more resilient, courageous, and compassionate beings for ourselves and for those we love?

Sitting in the truth of what arises in our lives - including grief, fear, and anger - helps us to break apart the quality of our defensive hearts, allowing boundless unconditional love to emerge.    

So how can we create a space where the possibility of finding freedom amidst discomfort can arise?   

This course features the wisdom teachings of Ram Dass, Roshi Joan Halifax, Frank Ostaseski, Robert Thurman and Krishna Das.

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Men, Grief, and Posttraumatic Growth
 
Tuesday, February 12
Noon-1:30 pm ET
Registration is FREE and open to the public.
 
Men often express grief through active and cognitive grieving styles, which can be conducive to the opportunity to experience posttraumatic growth after loss. This program will have a specific focus on how veterans and military families can work towards posttraumatic growth and is appropriate for the bereaved and those who support them, including family members and friends.
 
Presenters
  • Bret Moore, PysD, ABPP, former active duty military psychologist and co-author of The PostTraumatic Growth Workbook
  • Ken Doka, PhD, MDiv, professor of gerontology at the Graduate School of The College of New Rochelle and TAPS Advisory Board member

 

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men helping men through grief- sam feldman and ken levy

February 19th, 2019 by Darwyn M. Dave, Dealing With My Grief
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Sam Feldman and Ken Levy are members of the National Widowers’ Organization. It’s an organization created by Sam to help men deal with their grief by talking about it with other men.

We have a candid discussion about losing a spouse, finding companionship after loss and the act of moving through your grief by sharing your experiences with other widowers.

To listen to the podcast, please click here.

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Hospice Foundation of America
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Passed and Present: New Techniques to Help Grievers Keep Memories Alive
 
April 9, 2019
Noon - 1:30 pm ET
 
Many grievers understand the concept of continuing bonds to help with their grieving process, but they may not have the tools to put the concept into practice. Grief professionals recognize that individuals who honor family and friends who have died, and who proactively keep them present in their lives, almost always fare better emotionally than those who don't.
 
Join Allison Gilbert for this informative webinar and learn innovative ways to help individuals remember and celebrate their loved ones who have died.
 
Program Details
  • Individual registration: $25
  • Organizational registration: $50
 
Continuing Education is not available for this program.
 
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Allison Gilbert is an Emmy award-winning journalist and one of the most thought-provoking and influential writers on grief and resilience. The author of numerous books including the groundbreaking, Passed and Present: Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive, her stirring work exposes the secret and essential factor for harnessing loss to drive happiness and rebound from adversity.
 
Allison is a sought-after expert, appearing on TODAY, CNN, and MSNBC. She’s been interviewed by Megyn Kelly and appeared at New York Open Center with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Soledad O’Brien, who’ve also been featured on her blog. She’s frequently quoted in print and online, her perspective featured in The New York TimesThe Washington Post, and numerous other publications. Allison serves on the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) advisory board and the National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC) board of directors and presents workshops on loss and healing across the country.
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Join HFA and save 25% off the registration fee for this program
As an HFA member, you'll receive discounts on HFA program and products and gain access to exclusive resources.
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Webinar: How to Manage the Easter Holiday

Dr. Gloria Horsley of the Open to Hope Foundation and Alan Pedersen of The Compassionate Friends with special guest Kay Warren, Cofounder of Saddleback Church discuss the Easter season and grief. How can you take care of yourself and survive the season after a loss.

 

 

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Very good!  Timely after our conversation with Tom.  I was fortunate to be working for a place that was so understanding, my boss had someone who had been through it speak to the employees before I came back to work, about what to expect, how to best handle it, it really helped.

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