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Grief and Mental Health

Children’s Grief

You may be wondering how to even begin the process of telling your children about the diagnosis affecting their baby brother or sister. Know that there is no perfect set of words when it comes to this experience.

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Father’s Day: Acknowledging Grieving Fathers

It might be easy to assume that men are less emotional and more capable of compartmentalizing grief. While this may be true in some, it is important to not generalize and dismiss the very real emotional toll grief and loss have on men.

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A trigger is something that initiates- or triggers- memories, emotions, or even flashbacks that bring you back, mentally and emotionally, to the moment of diagnosis, loss, or intense feelings of grief.

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Range of Emotions

While you might not be able to control the emotions you feel, you can control how you act as a result of them.

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Self-Care for Parents

Self-care comes in many forms, and it looks different for every person. It is not a sign of weakness nor is it a sign of forgetting and moving on.

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Relationships and Grief

GRIEF IS A HIGHLY INDIVIDUALIZED EXPERIENCE. NO TWO FAMILIES SHARE THE EXACT SAME JOURNEY EVEN WITH THE SAME PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS OF A LIFE-LIMITING CONDITION. Grief is going to look different for you as the parents of the baby or babies than it will for the grandparents, siblings, extended family members, and close friends. Grief is […]

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