Men and Grief

Men and Grief

Many men have been conditioned by society to keep their feelings hidden.  The fact that, after a loss, it is more likely that a community will acknowledge a woman’s loss than a man’s reinforces the sense that they should keep their emotions inside. Men who learn to open up and share their grief will have many benefits to their emotional and physical health, as well as for their relationships.  They will also feel more energy and happiness...Read More

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  1. Life and Death Support Cards
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    Specifically designed to help us process our feelings about life and death Learn More
  2. One you love has died
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    Explains in an easy-to-read manner what can be expected during the course of grief. Learn More
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  3. Tear Soup Book/DVD Set
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    Tear Soup Book/DVD Set
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    Get our most popular book and DVD together at a discounted price. Learn More
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  4. Good Grief
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    Good Grief
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    Identifies the ten stages of grief and offers valuable insights on the grieving process.

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  5. You're Not Helping Cards
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    A simple way to let friends know how they can help. Learn More
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  6. Welcome to Your Crisis
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    Crises are inevitable parts of our lives. Learn More
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  7. Crisis Support Cards
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    Specifically designed to help us process our feelings during times of crisis Learn More
  8. Grief Support Cards
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    Created for support groups, these cards are equally useful to counselors and bereaved individuals. Learn More
  9. Grieving: A Beginner's Guide
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    There is no sure route through grieving, but there are a series of signposts… Learn More
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