The experience of a perinatal loss is a significant event in the lives of parents and grandparents, often one that shapes the disappointing and heartbreaking chapters in their life stories. Since 2003 I have been conducting the H.O.P.E. (Helping...https://www.kilcrease.com/index.php/what-i-do/counseling/groups-and-classes/h-o-p-e-perinatal-loss
If the death of parents and grandparents represents the death of our connections to the past, and the death of our spouse/partner represents that to the present and our seeable future, then the death of a child represents the death of a connection to...https://www.kilcrease.com/index.php/about-loss/losses/death-of-a-child/dilemmas
When someone we love dies, a part of us dies, too. One critical part of our assumptive worlds is the relationships we have with others, especially those we love. They become integral parts of our past, our present, and our future. They are key...https://www.kilcrease.com/index.php/about-loss/mourning/the-5-challenges-of-mourning/131-reinvent-yourself
Assuming hope is required, and parents is required, and perinatal is required, the following results were found.
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