Sugar Packets & Solo Cups

Watch one of the critical lessons I have learned about my grief journey. When you feel you’ve been ripped open and poured out, you may just need a refill.

A 3-year-old’s wisdom

On a dark, misty, dreary morning I prepared my 3-year-old grandson for his day. As I strapped him into his car seat he boldly states, “it’s sunny”, I quickly correct…

Important Things to Know about Grieving Children

Children want to share their experience, though need permission to do so. Children, adolescents and teens all want to share their feelings, though they often believe adults won’t understand. Don’t…

How Schools Can Provide Grieving Children a Safe Haven

Acknowledge that grief affects students emotionally, socially, behaviorally, cognitively, academically, and spiritually. Recognize that school can provide a respite from grief for the student, especially since after a death many…