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By Alan D. Wolfelt PhD

With sensitivity and perception, this sequence deals feedback for therapeutic actions that may support survivors discover ways to exhibit their grief and mourn evidently. Acknowledging that dying is a painful, ongoing a part of existence, they clarify how humans have to decelerate, flip inward, embody their emotions of loss, and search and settle for aid while a family member dies. each one publication, geared for mourning adults, youth, or young ones, presents principles and action-oriented assistance that train the fundamental ideas of grief and therapeutic. those principles and actions are aimed toward lowering the confusion, anxiousness, and large own void in order that the residing can start their lives back. incorporated within the books for teenagers and children are age-appropriate actions that train more youthful people who their concepts will not be simply common yet important.

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You can draw, paint, mold clay, paste together a collage, assemble a sculpture—whatever you feel like. Try to put your grief feelings into your artwork. Write or draw your feelings about this: 27. Dance. When you dance, you let your thoughts go and just let your body move to the music. Dancing is good to try when you need a break from your grief. Dancing can also be a way to let your body express your grief. Write or draw your feelings about this: 28. Play sports. Sports do all kinds of good things for you.

Doing something you’re not so good at helps you learn to think with an open mind. Don’t get frustrated, just concentrate on learning and having fun. Besides, if you practice, you’ll get better. Write or draw your feelings about this: 49. Eat something weird. Life is for trying new things. Today, eat something you’ve never tried before. Don’t expect it to be gross. Instead, convince yourself you’re going to like it—and maybe you will! Write or draw your feelings about this: 50. ” Sometimes, out of nowhere, you will feel a wave of sadness you didn’t expect.

Eat foods that are good for you. Grief is hard work. Your body will feel better if you give it good fuel right now. Try to eat food from all the different food groups every day. Write or draw your feelings about this: 18. Drink lots of water. One funny thing about grief is that it can make you feel like not eating or drinking very much. But your body actually needs more food and water right now. Get in the habit of drinking from water fountains whenever you see one. Drink a glass of water after school every day.

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