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I was not aware of the concept of frozen grief until I stumbled across an article by Marilyn Gardner of Communicating Across Boundaries. All of a sudden pieces of the puzzle started falling into place. Yes, this is what is happening. The Frozen Sadness of Ambiguous Loss explains how the grief process is arrested when we don't even realize we need to grieve. Ambiguous loss is a psychological term meant to apply to those losing loved ones to Alzheimer's or those with an absent father who might re...

AUTHOR(s): Gross, Beth
SOURCE: Smart Mamas Read

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COMMUNICATING ACROSS BOUNDARIES

AUTHOR(s): Gardner, Marilyn R.
SOURCE: MARILYN R. GARDNER

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I grew up in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. I only moved there when I was ten but had lived a few places before then.  So when we got there and stayed for almost eight years – all of middle and high school – it was home. The sprawling mess of corrugated tin structures and grand houses, …

AUTHOR(s): Black, Caroline
SOURCE: Taking Route

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In some ways, her graduation this week is a continuation of everything I’ve been experiencing since I gave birth over 18 years ago. Motherhood feels like an extended journey of letting go. By: Melissa Kruger

AUTHOR(s): Kruger, Melissa
SOURCE: The Gospel Coalition

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GriefShare is for people grieving the death of a family member or friend.  We understand that there are other losses in life that create feelings of grief. You might be experiencing a job loss, a divorce, estrangement from a child, or the loss of friends because of a move. This grief is real, but it is not the kind of grief discussed in GriefShare sessions...It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now. If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve pr...

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