Most of us know that grief can occur when we suffer loss. But what does that look like in real life? And what do we do to get through it? Our latest presentation details some of the strategies and provides solid information—good for helping others as well as ourselves.
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For Further Consideration
Besides this presentation, we have one about traumatic grief. Be sure to check it out here.
You might also want to look at WEB MD for another look at the subject.
This is Bill Jacobs for LifeResource Ministries.
We’re currently working on the series, Mental Health and the Bible. The title of today’s presentation is simply, Grief. It’s the thirteenth in the series. If you want to listen to, or read, any of the rest of this series, you can go to our Website, liferesource.org. And then you can go to the series page. And there, all of our series will show up. You can select this one. Of, you can just enter grief in the search panel and it will pop up that way, too.
I was talking to a fifteen-year-old some time back. She seemed subdued. And as we talked, I learned that she was having a terrible time sleeping. She had dark bags under her eyes, which isn’t the way most fifteen-year-olds look. The night before, during the very early morning, she felt paralyzed for ten minutes or so while she was in bed. She told me that her insides felt like concrete. She’d lost fifteen pounds in the last two months, because she had no appetite at all. Normally a motivated student, now she could not focus on tasks at hand. Her boyfriend had, without a word to anyone, committed suicide.