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  • The Suicide of a Loved One

    Losing someone we love to death can be a grievous experience, all the more so when they themselves have ended their life. It can be emotionally devastating. This article understands the intense emotions and phases of grief that one goes through.

  • 4 Types Of People To Have Around You

    When we are going through a really hard time such, it helps to have different kinds of people around us who can be of help in various different ways. This same logic can be applicable for our everyday life as well - as pertaining to a support system to have in our lives daily that might not necessarily be family related, but simply someone we know at our workplace or as an acquaintance. 

  • Cancer in Children: Coping Strategies for Parents

    A cancer diagnosis in a child can be devastating to parents. Here are some ways to cope with this situation

  • Coping with Losing a Loved One to Suicide

    A person grieving the suicide of a loved one can go through diverse emotions and experiences. Grieving takes time and so does adjusting to life without the person who died. This article looks at helping through this tragedy.

  • The Suicide of a Loved One

    Losing someone we love to death can be a grievous experience, all the more so when they themselves have ended their life. It can be emotionally devastating. This article understands the intense emotions and phases of grief that one goes through.

  • Coping with the death of a loved one

    Our view on what life is influences how we perceive our own death and those of our loved ones. Though we all know that someday each of us has to breathe our last breath; the loss of our loved ones is difficult to accept and move on from. This article will also give you a tips on how to accept and overcome the loss.

  • Coping with Loss

    Pain that is emotional, hurts as much, if not more than physical pain. Some of us talk about it while some of us keep it inside. We feel emotional pain when we confront a loss. This loss can be financial, a relationship, or even the loss of some prized possession. The value of the loss is not just in terms of money, but more often in terms of what meaning it holds for that person.

  • Divorce and its Impact on Children

    Divorce and separation have become a common occurence today. But the psychological toll that it takes on children grappling with the aftermath continues to be immense and distressing. Research indicates that children do well when they have regular routines, a stable family and parents who are a cohesive team. None of which are likely when the family breaks up.

  • Death of a Parent: Helping Children Cope

    A child's world is dramatically altered when a parent dies. A deep sense of insecurity often results from this early loss. As adults, it is imperative to include them in the process of the parent's illness and eventual passing away or else they are left alone to make sense of a truth that is too large and too painful for them to handle alone.

  • Grieving the Loss of a Job

    In India our work often represents who and what we are. In addition to monetary returns a job provides a sense of purpose and self-esteem. Thus when a job ends, part of us seems to end with it. If you or someone you know has lost your job, it is important to remember . . . you have lost a description of what you do, not who and what you are.

     

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