Survivor’s Guide for Holidays and Special Occasions (PDF Download)

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This guide was created because it’s hard to get through the special occasions and holidays while grieving the loss of our loved one. It will help you do some planning and it’s the perfect map for your journey through all the occasions, with all their emotional up’s and down’s.

Special occasions can be a time of joy and anticipation but for people who’ve recently lost a loved one; Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, Valentine day, birthdays and anniversaries are all filled with additional stress.

For a grieving person, anxiety and sadness is normal and part of the healing process. Our mistake is trying to keep everything the same as if our life was still normal. It’s not normal, in fact it has been forever changed, so the best approach is to face it head on and be prepared.

 

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3. Stop the Insanity
4. Acknowledge Our Loss
5. Defining Moments
6. Emotionally Charged
7. Tips and Advice
8. Family Meals Show You Care
9. Forgiveness
10. Social Events
11. Socializing – Plan Ahead
12. Compassion Connects Us All
13. Holiday Helpers
14. Family Get-Togethers
15. Count Down to Christmas
16. Holiday Tips
17. When It’s Just You & The Kids
18. Holiday Traditions
19. Holiday Treats
20. Christmas Tree
21. Christmas
22. Fighting Stress
23. Christmas Shopping
24. Christmas Over Spending
25. Holiday Meditation
26. Share The Spirit
27. Volunteering
28. What is Your Gift to the World?
29. What are You Doing New Year’s Eve?
30. Valentine’s Day
31. Birthdays and Anniversaries
32. After a Few Years – What Then?

This guide was created because it’s hard to get through the special occasions and holidays while grieving the loss of our loved one. It will help you do some planning and it’s the perfect map for your journey through all the occasions, with all their emotional up’s and down’s.

Special occasions can be a time of joy and anticipation but for people who’ve recently lost a loved one; Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, Valentine day, birthdays and anniversaries are all filled with additional stress.

For a grieving person, anxiety and sadness is normal and part of the healing process. Our mistake is trying to keep everything the same as if our life was still normal. It’s not normal, in fact it has been forever changed, so the best approach is to face it head on and be prepared.

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