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Coping With Loss

Make sure that you take some time for yourself while you are experiencing your loss. It is perfectly acceptable to stop the world for a time and get off. No one should expect you to continue on as ..
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Grief and Children

A child's experience with grief will be very different than that of an adult. They do not have the same resources and experience to understand what they are feeling. Getting some type of family ..
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How Children Grieve

A child will go through stages of grief that will move them through the grief process. How long each stage will be experienced will depend on the individual child. The grief of a child is very ..
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Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

The trauma that is associated with post traumatic stress disorder can be an experience of prolonged abuse. Children who have suffered from physical or sexual abuse can experience the symptoms of post .
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Five Strategies For Dealing With Stress In The Workplace

Keeping stress to a manageable level is critical. To accomplish this, we have provided five strategies for dealing with stress in the workplace, helping you become more productive and a happier ..
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5 Ways To Survive The Loss Of A Loved One - Tips For Survival

For instance, in most cases, dealing with an unexpected death due to heart attack, car accident, or murder is usually more difficult to handle than someone dying from a long-term illness. The reason ..
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Ten Keys To Reducing Stress

1. Identification - Start by identifying the things causing the stress. Without knowing what these are, you cannot make proper changes. Keep a list every time you feel stressed of the situation. You ..
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Twenty Indicators of Stress

Stress is also harmful. When a person has too much stress in his or her life, health problems such as high blood pressure, heart attack, and even stroke are common. Therefore, it is imperative to ..
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7 Ways to Remain Stress Free While Away at College

As you will discover, remaining stress free while at college is not difficult but it does require some organization and good decision-making. The following are a few of the options you might consider .
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy For the Treatment of Depression

Cognitive behavior therapy has been around for quite some time and has in recent years become a very viable option in the treatment of depression. This type of treatment is not a quick fix for ..
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Five Ways to Help a Child Cope With the Loss of a Parent

1. Allow the child to regress. Know that many children will regress in their behavior when they are experiencing the loss of a parent. Children may begin bedwetting behavior and thumb sucking. It is ..
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How to Help Children Who Are Experiencing Grief

To help the child it is very important that you are truthful about what has happened. When the child has questions it is important that they are answered simply and truthfully. Give them a safe place .
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Depression is a Mood Disorder

There are many depression treatments and the type of treatment required will depend on the extent of the depression. Medication is the most common type of treatment that is given to a patient that is .
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Grieving Families

Families who are dealing with grief should enter some sort of family counseling. Everyone experiences grief in their own unique way and will need some sort of help in dealing with the loss. Children ..
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Strategies to Cope With a Loss

One method for dealing with grief and loss is a good network of friends. If you are lucky enough to have caring people around you, it can help a great deal. Someone who just offers their shoulder to ..
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How Children Experience a Loss

Children may begin to act out their feelings instead of talking about them. It is important that the parent or adult in the child's life let them know that acting out is not acceptable, but talking ..
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Understanding Anxiety

The physical symptoms of anxiety can often feel like a medical problem for the person suffering. Many people wind up in the emergency room under the impression that they are suffering from a heart ..
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Getting Through Complicated Grief

For people who are experiencing a complicated grief the feelings that are normally felt will cause the person to be unable to move forward in their life. They will not be able to get past the grief ..
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How To Help A Bereaved Family

What you can say or do for a bereaved person or family: Try To. . . Ask what they want and need to be supported by you. You may feel helpless and fear saying anything to make it worse but don't ..
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Improve Your Relationships by Cutting Them Off At Their Knees!

Perhaps your work colleagues are causing you to experience stress through their methods of communication with you. When we practice a new technique we may become tongue-tied or frustrated at the ..
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