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Grief Support

Title Issue
Reflecting on the Metro Parent Loss Series

Reflecting on the Metro Parent Loss Series

A Bloomfield Township mom and journalist shares her 2012 journey interviewing southeast Michigan families who have experienced the loss of a parent, child or spouse.

July 2012
Losing a Spouse: Moving Forward as an Only Parent

Losing a Spouse: Moving Forward as an Only Parent

After the death of your partner, how do you grieve for yourself, comfort your kids, make ends meet – and imagine a day when you won't feel so alone? Widowed southeast Michigan parents open up.

July 2012
Kids Losing a Parent: When Mom or Dad Dies

Kids Losing a Parent: When Mom or Dad Dies

Death can leave children scared and scarred. But with support of family, friends and community, they can survive and thrive, learning a resiliency they never knew they had.

June 2012
Books to Help Grieving Kids and Their Families

Books to Help Grieving Kids and Their Families

Two southeast Michigan support programs offer a list of 25 titles designed for children to provide connection, help and hope during an incredibly difficult time.

June 2012
Bereavement Web Resources for Kids Who Have Lost a Parent

Bereavement Web Resources for Kids Who Have Lost a Parent

Networks and support in southeast Michigan and beyond are here to help and guide children who have experienced the death of their mom or dad.

June 2012
Involving a Grieving Child in a Funeral or Memorial Service

Involving a Grieving Child in a Funeral or Memorial Service

Southeast Michigan families and support groups share why this process is key after a parent or close family member dies – and how to get kids constructively involved.

June 2012
Losing a Child: A Parent's Worst Nightmare

Losing a Child: A Parent's Worst Nightmare

Three southeast Michigan families share their stories of facing the unthinkable – death of their kid – fighting through the grief and continuing to live and love and, yes, even laugh.

June 2012
How to Be a Friend to a Friend in Grief

How to Be a Friend to a Friend in Grief

Comforting a parent who's experienced the death of a child can seem overwhelming. Here, Southeast Michigan experts offer some help and insight.

May 2012
Grieving Parents Find Solidarity in Compassionate Friends

Grieving Parents Find Solidarity in Compassionate Friends

This organization offers support, help and understanding among moms, dads, families, friends and relatives who have experienced the death of a child.

May 2012
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