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The Many Facets of Bereavement
Marilyn A. Mendoza Ph.D.
"I'm nobody's child anymore."
Setting the record straight about mourning.
The best way to help the widowed elderly.
A different way of coping with grief.
Companions during the final days of life.
How to cope with the loss of a pet
How does a near death experience change you?
Would you hire a mourner?
Sitting vigil with a dying loved one.
Do you stress over finding the right words to say?
Do you believe that ghosts can make you sick?
Is "Happy Holidays" an oxymoron?
For the Lakota, death is not the end of the journey.
Coping when someone is missing
Are you stuck in your grief?
How we stay connected to our loved ones after death.
Understanding the differences in how men and women grieve.
10 ways to cope with one of the hardest decisions.
The many ways to say goodbye.
The comfort of touch.
How prisoners can learn compassion.
What should we tell our children?
Eight ways to help a grieving parent.
End-of-Life visions comfort the dying.
If humor is a part of living, than why should it not be a part of dying?
Are you afraid of hospice? Know these facts first.
Escorts at the Time of Death
How dogs help us grieve
How we can recognize our irrational thoughts in grief and what we can do to comfort ourselves.
You're not losing your mind; you're just grieving.
Marilyn Mendoza, Ph.D., is a clinical instructor in the psychiatry department at Tulane University Medical Center.