Conferences & Workshops
Resolve Through Sharing (RTS) Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death
Resolve Through Sharing (RTS) Coordinator Training
2013 Resolve Through Sharing National Training Week
Advanced Skills in Perinatal Bereavement Care
Blueprint for a Perinatal Palliative Care Program®: The Basics
Blueprint for a Perinatal Palliative Care Program
When A Baby Dies Sensitivity Seminar
Resolve Through Sharing Bereavement Training: Pediatric and Adult Death
RTS Bereavement Training in Perinatal Death & RTS Coordinator Training
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Perinatal Palliative Care
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Teaching RTS Bereavement Training in Perinatal Death
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A Mother’s Memory
FAQs About Death and Grief (Questions & Answers)
How common is it for a baby to die?
I am so angry at God right now, and I also feel guilty about feeling angry. What should I do with all of these conflicting feelings?
I took care of my father for a long time before he died of Lou Gehrig’s disease. He suffered a lot. I feel relief that he’s gone. I’ve hardly cried. I don’t dare tell anyone because they’ll think there’s something wrong with me or that I didn’t love him
I unexpectedly smiled at something today, and then felt guilty for smiling, because my baby died. Am I dishonoring his memory by having happy thoughts, too, while I grieve?
I want to do something special to help me remember my loved one each day. Do you have any suggestions?
I'm convinced that my loved one is sending me signs that he/she is okay. I told one of my friends, who said that I'm going crazy. Am I?
Is it normal after your loved one has died to think that you've heard their voice or laughter or cries?
My baby died right after he was born. When can I get pregnant again?
My baby was stillborn. People act as if I didn't know her and they think I should be over my grief. Are they right?
My brother was diagnosed with cancer and we all know that he will die soon, probably in the next few months. I’ve never been around a dying person. I’m scared and don’t know what to expect.
My mom was my best friend. How can I get along without her?
My wife died about a year ago. I just can’t seem to get over her death. Everything seems hopeless.
People are asking me, "How many children do you have?" How do I answer that question now that my baby/child has died?
Sometimes I feel like there is a constant lump in my throat, and an ache in my chest that may never go away. What does that mean?
What is grief and how long does it ...
When I tell someone that my husband was 81 when he died, they say, "Oh, he lived a long life." I miss him and his life wasn't long enough. What can I say?
When people ask me how I'm doing, I feel compelled to say "OK" or "Fine." I'm afraid that they don't really want to know that I'm still not OK or I feel as if they need for me to be fine. Is it OK to tell people the truth?
Will I ever feel normal again ...
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