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If you are grieving a death and think a support group might be for you, please contact us at 269.983.2707. We’re always here and available to listen. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram  for more grief content, and you can always find us at lorysplace.org
 

 

Grief Healing Newsletter

Grief at Thanksgiving: Gratitude with a Grain of Salt
By: Lory's Place
Nov 14, 2022

Thanksgiving can be an especially difficult time for those grieving the loss of a loved one. The warm emotions associated with it can be in direct conflict with their actual reality. So, it is important for anyone grieving to give themselves the space they think they need this Thanksgiving to navigate it in their own way. One way could be to take breaks, take extra care of yourself, and seek out the support you need.

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A good Support System
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Oct 20, 2022

A solid support network is vital for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one. Find those people who will walk alongside you, accept and care for you wherever you are on your journey.

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Self-care

What is self-care?
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Sep 21, 2022

Self-care is something one often forgets about when dealing with life. But it is imperative to take care of one's self mentally, physically and emotionally in order to be able to maintain healthy relationships with others.

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Chalk heart on broken sidewalk.

Re-Creation
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Aug 19, 2022

Take time to re-create yourself while engaging in healthy mourning. Participate in activities that bring you joy and know that you shouldn't feel guilty feeling joy while mourning.

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Daisy in sunlight.

Honoring Your Person
By: Lory's Place
Jun 22, 2022

Greif and the healing journey are unique to each person. A woman recently ran the Loyr's Place 5k not only for her own health but to honor the memory of her recently deceased husband. It was part of her unique way to honor her person.

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Man and grandchild looking at photos.

One minute of courage
By: Lory's Place
May 16, 2022

There is no set time to grieve the death of someone you love. Taking each feeling minute by minute is all anyone can do to process and work through grief healing. Creating moments of remembrance can help on your grief journey.

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Woman standing in sun, deep in thought.

Don't ignore your check engine light
By: Lory's Place
May 16, 2022

When someone you love dies, it is important to remember to take care of your mind, body, and soul while you grieve. There are many benefits to making sure that you focus on these areas while you grieve.

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Woman swinging alone at sunset.

It’s not too late
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Apr 01, 2022

When we are separated from a death, either in distance or in time, many of us think it is simply “too late” to mourn. But nothing could be further from the truth. It’s never too late to grieve. It’s never too late to mourn.

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Mittens holding snow heart.

The New Year and grief
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Mar 14, 2022

If you are grieving in the new year, you may want to skip the typical New Year’s resolutions and instead focus on self-care for your grieving mind, body, and spirit. Simple things like getting good sleep, eating nourishing food, and exercising a little bit each day will help your body and mind support you during loss.

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Mountain at sunset.

Climbing a mountain of grief
By: Lory's Place
Mar 14, 2022

Climbing a mountain is accomplished one step at a time, similarly, grief healing is experienced the same way. The main idea, is to not give up on your journey, and to just keep climbing.

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Chalk heart on broken sidewalk.

Having resolve in the midst of brokenness
By: Lory's Place
Mar 14, 2022

Grief has a profound impact on all aspects of life. How grief is worked through varies from person to person. Resolve in the wake of working through grief exist and Lory's Place is here to offer support and guidance.

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Home Activities

Here are some creative grief activities for adults, children or families that can be done at home.

Forget Me Not Activity (PDF)

Memory Mask Activity (PDF)

Positive Post-Its Activity (PDF)

Questions from Quarantine Activity (PDF)

Support Chain Activity (PDF)

Wish Keeper Activity (PDF)

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