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July 15 2009 Bereavement Newsletter


GOOD GRIEF The BellaOnline Bereavement Newsletter

Half Moon July 2009 Issue

Hello, Babies! Iím back.

My deep gratitude to those of you extending your condolences on the death of my Mother-In-Law. Thanks to all of you for your patience while I was on leave. YOU know what those final weeks in the hospital are like, and all that has to be done once death occurs. You comfort me. Donít know how weíd all make it if we didnít have each other.

So, back to work! What have you been thinking about, my Village People? What topics do you want to see covered? What are you going through? Talk to me, jog my brain.

I did manage to get some reading done while I was away. Look at these reviews:

HELLO ITíS ME
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art62494.asp

A fun read, considering the topic. A young mother of two is suddenly widowed. The best thing about this book is its treatment of the proverbial question of the bereaved: Am I going crazy?


65 ROSES
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art61892.asp

Heavy reading, masterfully written. A sisterís memoir of life with Cystic Fibrosis.


COMING SOON
OUT OF THE CANYON
You may remember the news story from the 90s about a boulder that came loose and crushed a car on a Colorado highway. This book is by the man who lost his wife and 2 sons that day.
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NEW ARTICLE

HOW TO FIND A SUPPORT GROUP
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art62617.asp


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If you have a question, or would like to see some topics included in the articles, please contact the editor. It takes a Village to heal. So come, my Village People! Let's reach out to each other. We can heal the planet.
(you have the YMCA song in your head now, don't you? =) )
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Many people have questions about death, dying, grief, sadness, depression. It's not something we speak of openly in our culture. The Bereavement Page is a safe place to ask anonymously. Not only will you get an answer personally if you click on "Contact Editor", but a full length feature article may be written so we can all learn.

http://bereavement.bellaonline.com/Site.asp
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Whether or not you are part of a faith community, you are welcome to the grief support groups offered there. Check them out. If you need encouragement to go, write the Editor! We'll all get through this together. You are not alone. You're just a few clicks away from a circle of support. Glad to have you.

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Rev. Jaclin Meade Scott, Bereavement Editor
Home Page http://bereavement.bellaonline.com/Site.asp


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