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9-11 United in Courage & Grief

Everyone in the U.S. and around the world probably remembers the exact circumstances of when they heard of the tragedy that happened on 9/11.  It’s hard to believe that it’s been 15 years already.  At times, it still feels like it just recently happened.  The September 11 attacks killed 2,977 people and injured more than 6,000 others. …

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Global Grief after Orlando Tragedy

Dear Fellow Grief Hope Network Members, HUGE HUG to you at this time.  As you know, the city of Orlando, the United States and the world are in mourning over the loss of 49 people and injury of 48 others on June 12th.  Our hearts are broken and we have empathy for all those left …

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Coping with Suicide Loss

Like millions of people around the world, I was shocked by the news of Robin Williams’ death a few weeks ago.  It was so heartbreaking to learn that the man who made us laugh by sharing his amazing talent with us for decades, was internally suffering in silence.  I took the news hard as it …

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How God Blesses Broken Hearts

Greetings GHN members, The above title may be confusing to you at this time.  After all, you’re probably thinking, ‘My heart is broken in a million pieces over the loss of my loved one.  How can God bless that?’ I remember feeling that way for a while, myself.  But, I’ve been blessed to be a …

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Families grieve with news no passengers survived

Many people around the world, including myself have waited for daily updates on the missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft since March 8th, 2014.  We also grieved with the loved ones of the 239 people on board when it was confirmed yesterday (17 days later) that the aircraft went down in a remote part of the Indian Ocean with no survivors.  …

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‘Living With Grief: A conversation between men’

Hello Grief Hopers! Attached is link to a YouTube video which is an excerpt from a 60 Minutes interview where actor Liam Neeson has a heart-to-heart with Anderson Cooper about living with grief after his wife died.  You may see additional excerpts of the interview there as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ff7z6ujUB-A At Grief Hope Network, we recognize there …

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Sometimes Life is Tough

Greetings Grief Hope Network Members, I hope you have been enjoying the recent posts of pastor Rick Warren’s 6 part series titled, “Getting Through What You’re Going Through.”  He shares what he and his wife Kay have learned about the grief process after their son Matthew committed suicide earlier this year.  He eloquently explains the 6 …

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When Your World Collapses

I am so blessed to be a 20+ year member of Saddleback Church.  It’s my honor to post Pastor Rick & Kay Warren’s second service as they share their grief recovery journey after their son Matthew died.  I know this powerful message will give you ‘Help for Today & Hope for Tomorrow.’ http://www.saddleback.com/mc/m/6c3cb/ At Grief Hope Network, we recognize there are several …

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Help for today & Hope for the Holidays

The holiday season is especially tough for those of us who are grieving the loss of a loved one.  Whether it’s your first or your tenth holiday without them, you will be filled with mixed emotions of happy memories and sadness as you still try to enjoy the holidays with friends and family.  The United States suffered …

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From Grief to Hope: ‘Rebirth’ Reflects on 9/11: SOCAU Perspective on Coping With Grief

Posted By: judydavidson on Sep 10, 2011 in Grief in the Media, Grief in the News

Grief Hope Network would like to share the attached article as a resource for online grief help.  Rebirth, the documentary, focuses on 5 individuals and their journey in coping with grief. “Rebirth is a documentary that grants the audience intimate and often painful access to five individuals who experienced the tragedy of 9/11 firsthand: the …

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