Griefland – Portrait of Love, Loss, Etc.

“To say that her mother and I were devastated doesn’t begin to describe the helplessness, desolation, and utter darkness into which we were plunged by this event. Only a few people understand what we are going through: the deep depressions, sense of of being lost and purposeless, the aching wound that throbs at the slightest  Read more

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December 22, 2013 in Bereaved Families, In The News, Poetry/Writing by

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Surviving the Holidays

  In past years, the Christmas holiday season may have been a time of great anticipation and excitement … but this year, the prospect of facing the holidays without your loved one may cause anxiety and dread. You are not alone. Learn how to connect with support, encouragement and get advice to survive the holidays.  Read more

December 2, 2013 in In The News, News by

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There Are No Rules When It Comes To Grief

November 25, 2013 in Bereaved Families, In The News, News by

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Emotional and Practical Tips for Letting Go When Downsizing

Giving up my late mother’s possessions, not to mention the few things I have from my dad, brings tears. I’m alone, so siblings aren’t an option. Nor is a storage locker at new destination; limited funds won’t cover. Any advice, emotional or practical, would be much appreciated.  How would you handle all this? Read full  Read more

October 27, 2013 in Bereaved Families, In The News by

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A Name For A Parent Whose Child Has Died

In an NPR essay nearly three years ago, I pondered over the lack of a word for parents whose child had died. I remember I said it must be a quiet word, like our grief, but clear in its claim. I recalled the word that Lady Bird Johnson wanted no part of when her husband  Read more

September 21, 2013 in For The Bereaved Parents, In The News by

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Tragicomedia with TCF-Manhattan Sibling Facilitator Jordon Ferber

Schadenfreude on a bus, a missing watch and losing a leg are just a few of the stories in this week’s Tragicomedia’s interview with TCF Manhattan Sibling Facilitator Jordan Ferber. Jordon Ferber, producer of the weekly NYC comedy showcase Straight Up Stand Up  is a public speaker and frequent workshop presenter on the topic of sibling  Read more

August 20, 2013 in Announcements, For The Siblings, In The News by

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Should Grief be Called a Psychiatric illness?

Grief, something every human being will go through in the course of their life, may be diagnosed as a psychological disorder in the near future. If that change happens, the dangers of receiving an unnecessary prescription for medication are likely to rise. The next edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5),  Read more

August 19, 2013 in In The News by

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“You’re Not Normal”

So often when we are grieving we can feel as if we’re far from normal. Like other ‘first’ times in life, a new baby, a new job, a new marriage everyone has an opinion. When our life has been devastated by grief, the “you’re not normal” critics come out in force. We might be doing  Read more

July 18, 2013 in For The Bereaved Parents, In The News by

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TCF Parents Interviewed on Boston Fox-25

FOX 25′s Maria Stephanos spoke with two people who will attend the conference during the FOX 25 News at 6 Saturday about how the group has helped them cope with their loss. Stephanie and Mitchell Greenblatt lost their son Ian in an car accident when he was 18. Boston News, Weather, Sports | FOX 25  Read more

July 7, 2013 in In The News by

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Father’s Day Without a Celebration

On Sunday, June 16, millions of children will participate in family festivities to honor their fathers. The day will be filled with love and laughter, and memories will be made by many. Sadly, some fathers won’t get to have that experience. For these fathers, the day will be spent reflecting on the past, on favorite  Read more

June 14, 2013 in Bereaved Families, Especially For Fathers, In The News by

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