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. Feeling Heart SIngles
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    Feeling Hearts (Singles)
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    Tactile hearts that encourage those holding them to "feel." Learn More
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    The Love Stone
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    Give them something to hold on to.

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    Illustrations and story from the award-winning book
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    12 Thoughts to Guide You Through the Days Ahead Learn More
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  5. This Thing Called Grief
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    Although grief and pain may be changing you now, they have the potential to heal. Learn More
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  6. 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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  7. Fathers Grieve, Too
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    For fathers who have experienced the death of a child. Learn More
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  8. Comfee Heart
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    Heat this heart for something warm to hold onto. Learn More
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    Perfect for educators and support groups to provide
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