Tag: Grief

Grief is the natural experience that comes after different kinds of loss. The journey to grief is unique to each person experiencing it. A theory developed by psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross suggests there are five stages of grief: Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance.

Parents Living in a COVID-19 World
COVID-19

Parents Living in a COVID-19 World

Caregiving is one of the most challenging roles even under regular circumstances. You do not need to be everything to everyone, and there will be times you feel overwhelmed. Try to take a step back and focus on the big picture. You are doing your best and your best may be different day to day, or even minute by minute.

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Helping teens cope with COVID-19
COVID-19

Helping Teens Cope with COVID-19

A huge developmental part of being a teen or moving into adulthood is focus on social engagement and fostering sense of independence or autonomy. Try to view things from your teen’s perspective. Virtually overnight, they have gone from having the most freedom they have ever experienced to the least amount. This is hard!

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