This is the part of the year when people spend a lot of time with their families. Most people enjoy the quality time they get catching up with loved ones, but there are always those one or two people that drive you nuts. How do you deal with them without ruining your holidays?
Tony Drane, the Chief Operating Officer of Family Links, an organization that helps with a wide variety of therapy and counseling, joined the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to give a few tips on how you can deal with the anxiety and stress that can come with seeing that particular relative.
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Many women will celebrate Mother’s Day this year with traditional home-spun fanfare as they visit their Mom or enjoy queen-for-a-day treatment from their children. But for many women who have lost their mothers, the day may be a hurtful reminder of the unique and loving bond that no longer exists, triggering painful grief. Simply getting through the day may be a struggle.
It’s a pretty safe bet that Valentine’s Day is a favorite holiday of couples in love, almost in love, and those happily married. But for those grieving the death of a spouse, fiancé, lover or partner, coping with Cupid’s 24-hour visit can be emotionally taxing.
Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says the city will be giving residents some extra help with the assessment process.
Not everyone will be able to celebrate Father’s Day. For those who have lost a father it can be a day of heightened mourning, especially if this is the first Father’s Day without Dad.
Sunday is Mother’s Day; but not everyone will be able to celebrate the holiday. For those whose mothers are no longer alive or even women who have lost a child, the day can be particularly painful. Recognizing this, the Good Grief Center for Bereavement Support has some suggestions to help cope with the grief that the day can bring.
It’s a pretty safe bet that Valentine’s Day is a favorite holiday of couples in love, almost in love, and those happily married. But for those grieving the death of a spouse, fiancé, lover or […]
Grieving the death of a loved one is not easy, but it can be more difficult during holiday festivities. The pain, sadness and loneliness that often follow the loss of a friend, family member or […]