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to  "How have others coped with these painful Grief attacks"

to "How could we turn this unimaginable Grief into something positive"

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to "How could we ever put our Grief in motion." 

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MyGriefAngels.org is for & by

- the 
10+ MILLION People
 in the US that will    Grief this year

- the 
210+ Million People 
that will
Grief Worldwide this year, and 

- the Millions that have been Grieving before us.


There are many of us, and we all grieve differently, but one common bond in our experiences is that the vast majority of us (80+%) were not ready to deal with the death of our loved one.

Our hope is that in these pages you, your family & your grief support network get access to information, articles, shared grief coping strategies, and grief support resources / directory available to help you to identify what you will need to navigate your own uncharted waters of Grief. 



Grieving During Holidays:
From your Religious Holidays;
 Mother's or Father's Day;
Valentine's Day;
Memorial Weekend;
July 4th;
Labor Day Weekend;
Thanksgiving;
Family Holidays/Birthdays/Anniversaries/Special Dates....

Holidays, of any type, are difficult for those who have lost a loved one.
 
Gathering with loved ones and family brings nostalgia, and sentimental memories during holiday times of the year when your feelings of grief are already heightened.

Acknowledging that the holidays, regardless of the holiday, will be different and that it is okay to change traditions to accommodate your grief. 

Remember every first significant experience without your loved one is usually the most difficult because you have not walked this road before.


Allowing yourself to experience sadness and loss is part of the grieving process that will move you through it.

Pretending that this year's celebrations will be no different than any other years is probably not a good path. Evading what is going on all around you will require a lot of energy that could be better spent adapting to the reality of what this particular  holds for you, and accepting whatever it is that you are able to do.

Below are some universal tips most professionals agree are helpful coping strategies.

  1. Be kind and compassionate to yourself. Well-meaning family and friends might try to plan what they think you need. It is okay to let them know what you need and what you feel comfortable with.
  2. Remember, grieving is very personal and different for each person. Therefore, each family member or friend brings different needs and expectations to the gathering. Openly acknowledging and discussing the differences gives everyone permission to express their individual needs. This also gives families an opportunity to think outside the box for whichever Holiday you may be facing. 
  3. Reduce stress by avoiding over extending yourself, and turning down social gatherings that feel like obligations. Try not to isolate, but recognize you do need time for yourself.
  4. Have a plan A and plan B. Tentative plans give you options to take your feelings and needs into account. Plan A is a large family gathering. Plan B might be having a quiet evening with the immediate family. Just having a plan B relieves stress for some. Have an exit strategy. Let the host or someone close know in advance that you may need to leave early.
  5. As you make your plans structure your time and anticipate activities. Getting caught off guard can create feelings of panic, fear and grief attacks. If these feelings hit and overwhelm you, leave the room and allow the feelings to come. Having someone close to come to your aid and run interference with others is a good plan.
  6. Remember the loved one you lost. Say a prayer, go for a walk, light a candle, have a memorial table. Share memories, laugh, and cry. Memories are the gift our loved ones leave us with.
  7. Most people eventually enjoy holidays again, and you will get there too. Hang on to that hope.
  8. Find people you can be yourself with and that accept your expressions of grief and are supportive of your needs. Remember grieving generally lowers your energy levels and you fatigue easier. Lower the expectations on yourself accordingly.

You have not grieved this event, moment, task, or holiday and you don’t know what to expect from yourself, the event or the other members of the family.  

There is No Manual for How to Cope with Grief during Holidays.

It is healthier and easier physically and mentally to experience and express our grief. 

Melanie Murphey, MSSW, LCSW Advisory Board Member

 

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Some of you will have stopped reading this at those very words:
 
"Death and Grieving"

because our culture has taught us to push these concepts away, to avoid the bereaved, to block out awareness of our own mortality, until the death of a loved one finally forces us to face it all with a sudden, painful slap"
Helen Humphreys,
Author of 
"Nocturne: On the Life and Death of My Brother"
 

http://www2.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/story.html?id=e7ebf889-ca6a-4835-a0b6-078302d14c94 


 

"America's 76 MILLION Baby Boomers 
are losing 4,900 of their Parents each day"

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/gloria-horsley/how-are-baby-boomers-handling-the-death-of-their-parents_b_5515057.html  



         "Each year, about 2.5 million people die nationwide
Every Death leaves behind an average of 
4 or 5 grieving survivors"




"3.5 % of children younger than 18 will lose their mother or father, according to the Social Security Administration. 
As people now become parents when they are older, this number is likely to increase."



  "Bond in Grief....At least 10 People are significantly impacted by Each Death of a Service Member in the Military" 
   
                            http://www.taps.org/media/press.aspx?id=9261                                      

 







"We all grieve differently, and 
there is no right or
wrong way to grieve -
except your own" 



If You Have a Strong Sense of Loss, Grieve It.

A major misconception is that grief and loss only occur when we experience a death. In reality, a sense of loss occurs when we lose something familiar to us in our lives. This can be anything that we loved, enjoyed, formed a bond with, or was a longtime fixture or habit in our lives. Think back to special friendships, significant relationships, job loss, relocating from familiar surroundings. Consider loss of pets, the family home, or an event or decision that caused substantial loss.  It doesn’t matter who or what caused the loss, fire, financial issues, poor decisions on your part, or misunderstandings.

Grieving is also important when one loses physical or cognitive abilities and becomes unable to do things they use to do, be it from aging, illness or injury.  Grief is needed even when negative situations or a painful relationship ends that was important. You lost something familiar to you and if you feel a strong sense of loss you need to grieve it. Even when our culture tells us, “It’s not worth being upset over,” “Let it go,” “It’s not that big of a deal.”

As a society we are uncomfortable with grief and people expressing feelings of meaningful loss and sadness, because we don’t know how to reaction to them. Consider the unrealistic cultural norms placed on us after the death of a close family member. The norm is three days to a week off for grieving and then back to work as usual. Where we are greeted with the common reactions such as, “They are better off now,” “It’s time to move on,” or “You just have to get over it so you can work.” Consequently, most people feel abnormal if they are still sad, so they don’t allow themselves time to grieve. Which means people are stuffing their feelings of sadness and grief. Unfortunately, feelings don’t disappear they accumulate.

As feelings from loss after loss are stuffed away, the grief and sadness builds and leaks into our present life as depression, anxiety, irritability, or dissatisfaction. Others may act out and have difficulty with intimacy or relationships, moodiness, or outbursts of anger.  Addictions can form to fill the sense of void and emptiness many feel inside.  If you recently experienced a loss, allow yourself to grieve it.  If you have carried the heavy burden of accumulated losses, you may have a nagging feeling of something weighting on you, or something you can’t seem to get over. Can all these consequences occur simply because we don’t grieve? Yes, because we are suppressing a very natural response in our human emotional system.

Allowing ourselves to grieve is a very natural response when we feel loss. Grieving is a natural process that our culture has denied, but healthy grieving can be taught and needs to be learned. My grief angel website is a tool that can help you get started. Talking, writing about your feelings or getting counseling can help you identify your losses and move you through the grieving process. Allowing yourself to mourn, acknowledging your feelings of loss and sharing your feelings with others can improve your coping skills, and teach you how to grieve your losses in a healthier way.  Grieving loss is normal and natural. No one will go through life without feeling loss, so learn how to grieve it.

Article written by:  Melanie Murphey, M.S.S.W, LCSW,  Advisory Board Member, www.MyGriefAngels.org




Whether you are grieving, or have grieved, you know what "Grief Attacks" are.

You know how sudden they can appear, and how alone we can feel in what is for many of us an excruciating pain that we had never before experienced.

Whether it is walking by an old favorite restaurant; picking up a favorite dish; hearing a song while waiting for coffee, and many others - We have no control over when we will be forced to face them.  For me, they are extremely painful; they take my breath away, and my heart feels like it is breaking into pieces.  We have had them jogging, driving, trying to go to bed, waking up, church, airports, trains, and many others. 

We cannot stop them, and often people around us don't quite know how to help us - so the objective of My Grief Angels is to enlist all of us who are grieving and have grieved to be there for each other anywhere, and anytime for each other when experiencing a grief attack. 

If you are grieving, know you will never be alone in your grief.

If you have grieved, know that you can help others in grief by just sharing your experience, and coping mechanisms for getting thru your grief attacks.

We are people grieving that found the greatest comfort when others who had grieved, shared their very personal experiences on how they each got thru this. 

We are all different, and some of the mechanisms used or suggestions by others on this site may not work for you, but some might, and above all - knowing that there is a village of Grief Angels with each of us all the time - That is already working for us.


NEWS:

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/proximity-based-social-support-app-061800075.html


http://www.cnbc.com/id/102209815

New Proximity-Based Social Support App Helps People Grieving During the Holidays

Free App Helps Millions Grieving Connect and Create their Own Support Networks

 

THE WOODLANDS, Texas, Nov. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Online grief support non-profit My Grief Angels today launched a new free proximity-based "Grief Support Network" app to help people grieving connect and create their own local or global grief support network during what is for many grieving, one of the most difficult times of the year – the holidays. 
 
For the majority of people, the holidays are a joyous time, but for many of the millions grieving worldwide, the holidays and the mass media campaigns that now start earlier than ever are yearly painful reminders of their loss.
 
"Each year, about 2.5 million people die nationwide. Every Death leaves behind an average of 4 or 5 grieving survivors  
 

"America's 76 MILLION Baby Boomers are losing 4,900 of their Parents each day"

 

"Bond in Grief....At least 10 People are significantly impacted by Each Death of a Service Member in the Military"

 
For many of the 10 million in the US and 250 million worldwide that will grief this year alone, the holidays are a time of painful grief attacks often triggered by memories, decorations, displays, places, foods, music and other reminders of past holidays with their loved ones. 
 
The new free app provides them with the mobile tools to help them connect locally, chat, and post messages to others grieving or who have grieved.  When they needed, the app's proximity-based and live chat features let the users see who from their network is near their location to reach out to or who may be available to live chat 24/7 anytime anywhere.
 
The "Angels Wall" feature enables users to share what they are feeling 24/7 or post messages seeking others who are facing or have faced similar type of loss. One of the first postings submitted on the app is from a grieving daughter in Boston reaching out to others whose mother or father may have been a victim of early onset Alzheimer's and who are still navigating thru this unusual loss process.
 
"3.5 % of children younger than 18 will lose their mother or father, according to the Social Security Administration.  As people now become parents when they are older, this number is likely to increase." 
 
In a national online survey conducted by the My Grief Angels organization, "Over 80% of the respondents did not feel prepared to deal with the death of their loved one", and the majority felt that more needs to be done by our schools to educate us on grief and the impact grief can have on our health and our families. The app's Grief Health feature addresses this need by providing users with access to the links and sources of the latest articles addressing how grief can impact their health.
 
The "Grief Support Network" app enables individuals, families, friends, students, co-workers, neighbors, organizations or any group to create their own local communities' support network to be there for anyone that does not want to grieve along this holiday season. 

"After the service, everyone leaves, and we are left alone in our painful grief. I lost my brother unexpectedly the Friday after Thanksgiving, so this time of the year is a rough time for me. Through this app, just knowing people are there and seeing their lights in the app's "Angels Near" map is comforting in itself, even without a word exchanged"    Gelcy Capote, Miami, Florida

The app also includes features that provides users with access to selections of calming videos, photos and sounds.

The free app is now available through Amazon Apps, Google Play Apps, HTML5, AppMkr Marketand soon in iTunes Apps.

 

Twitter - www.twitter.com/MyGriefAngels

"Turning Grief into Something Positive:

Our Grief in their Voices" 

 

 

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Neither My Grief Angels Group nor any of its affiliates, partners, directors, employees or other representatives will be liable for damages arising out of or in connection with the use of this Web site or the information, content, materials or products included on it.  This is a comprehensive limitation of liability that applies to all damages of any kind, including (without limitation) compensatory, direct, indirect or consequential damages, loss of data, income or profit, loss of or damage to property and claims of third parties.

Visitors who use this website and rely on any information do so at their own risk. We aim to keep the information on the site as current, accurate and complete as possible. However, My Grief Angels Group, content authors, any of their affiliates, partners, directors, employees or other representatives make no (and expressly disclaim) representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, with respect to any use of or inability to use the information, content, or materials included on this website.  Nor will we be responsible for any damage or loss related to, the timeliness, accuracy, or completeness of the information, services, products, or other material on this site.  Under no circumstances will My Grief Angels Group, content authors, any of their affiliates, partners, directors, employees or other representatives be liable for any consequence relating directly or indirectly to any action or inaction you take based on the information, services or other material on this site.

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