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Dealing with a Death:
Jewish funerals, like all religious funerals, should be planned and organised with the help of the religious leader - the Rabbi. In general Jewish funerals are solemn occasions, marked by conservative dress, an avoidance of music and flowers...
As with any religious funeral, the planning of a Muslim funeral should take place with members and leaders of the Muslim community. Islamic laws and customs will guide this planning process, which begins from the moment it becomes clear that...
Healthy Grieving:
Losing someone or something you love is very painful — and it’s something that almost everyone will experience at some point in their lives. Loss that goes unacknowledged or unattended can result in disability. But grief that is expressed...
"Grief is a journey, often perilous and without clear direction," writes author Molly Fumia. "The experience of grieving cannot be ordered or categorized, hurried or controlled, pushed aside or ignored indefinitely. It is inevitable as breathing, as change, as love...
Loss of a Child:
Know that you are entitled to all of your feelings and emotions. During the first year you will probably feel numb. You may experience intense anger, guilt, denial, and fear, all of which are normal for a bereaved parent. After the first....
This guide is intended to support those who have experienced the loss of a baby. There are many ways in which the death may have occurred; it may be a miscarriage which occurred without warning, a baby who was born but was unable to survive...
Helping Kids:
Understanding and responding to a death, commemorating a life, moving on after death ad ways to help cope are provided for each of the following age groups....
Talking to children about death can be uncomfortable and very often parents don’t think about talking to their children about this subject until a close relative, friend or even pet dies. This may be because parents do not want to speak...
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