|The Forgotten Friend|
Friends are forgotten grievers. When a friend dies, as a friend, you rally around the family to see if you can help, all the time putting a hold on you own personal grief. Unfortunately, no one pays attention to your pain and your grief and you are left alone to sort things out. Sherry Williams White, writer, nurse and grief specialist, provides information to help you honor your feelings and your friend as she provides positive coping strategies for you, "The Forgotten Griever."
|When a Friend or Someone Special Has Died|
The death of a friend is one of those unrecognized losses. While you are busy supporting the family, you find yourself alone in your own feelings of loss and pain. Learn how to honor your own feelings as you learn coping strategies to help you rebuild a new normal for yourself and honor your friendhship.