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The Many Facets of Bereavement
Marilyn A. Mendoza Ph.D.
The lasting effects of suicide on a family.
The resurgence of antisemitism has a far-reaching effect in America and abroad. Read what Holocaust survivor Anne Skorecki Levy has to say.
What Stephen King's story can tell us about the many faces of grief.
Part 2: Eating alone is a major problem for the bereaved.
Part 1: What good is food for the dead?
What lessons in spousal bereavement can we learn from WandaVision?
Journaling has been proven to help people process grief. Here are 5 ways to get started.
Deciding what to do with what's left behind.
Edith Eger, author of "The Gift," explains how recovery is possible even after the most horrible experiences.
Ways to help children cope with the loss of their heroes.
How we can cope with the loss of our superheroes.
How fear has shaped the ways we treat the dead.
An interview with Dr. Phyllis Kosminsky on how COVID-19 has led to complicated grief.
In your grief, have you ever felt abandoned by God?
How some people find peace at the deathbed.
Do you feel guilty for grieving small losses?
The secret to maintaining health and sanity during stressful times.
What's the key to a peaceful death?
Why are we afraid to let people know they are dying?
Many different factors contribute to geriatric suicide.
When is it better not to talk, but to listen?
Grief associated with climate change is real and a documented emotional experience called "solastalgia."
Here's what you may experience when you are a caregiver to a loved one.
The last hurrah at the deathbed.
The four functions of the body most commonly impacted by grief.
How we can provide comfort at the deathbed.
What couples should know about miscarriage.
Afraid of death? Consider the Death Positive Movement.
5 misconceptions many of us have about dying.
To quote the Everly Brothers, "Whenever I want you, all I have to do is dream."
Marilyn Mendoza, Ph.D., is a clinical instructor in the psychiatry department at Tulane University Medical Center.