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Reduce  Stress During Your Grief and Mourning Processes...
Use these resources to help you manage the stress that accompanies any kind of loss.    The Nourishing Company

 The Nourishing Company

Volume VII # 125     Copyright 2016       All Rights Reserved 

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No one avoids losses in this life. Whether large or small or in between, you've had your share of them already even if you're barely old enough to read this.

Each of us contends with losses in our own unique process. In fact the 'style' of it, or the 'face' of it, can vary through the entire range from drama and flamboyancy to denial of deep despair that remains invisible to others. In addition, the 'style' or 'face' of grief can vary from one loss to another.

What we all have in common, however, is that the process of losing and grieving triggers a physical and psychological stress response, with changes that are measurable via laboratory analysis.

These are not avoidable. However, the support we have as we undergo it is what can help us reduce their negative toll and lead us through a positive process to a peaceful resolution.

The following are resources to support you in that process:

Helping Your Child Deal With Death 

Overcoming the Loss of a Child Without Drugs or Alcohol: A Parent’s Guide 

How Grief Can Make You Sick 

Advice for surviving the death of a spouse or partner at a young age 

How to Help an Elderly Parent Deal With the Death of a Spouse 

How to Avoid Family Conflicts after the Death of a Parent 

Coping With the Death of Your Pet 

These were contributed by Jennifer Scott, a friend of BetterHealthBytes,  because she thought they could help a lot of grieving families. (Jennifer can be found at |or We thank her for this contribution.


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