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Grief and Mourning at Work: How to Get the Support You Need (Part III)

Peggy Green - Thee Grief Specialist

by Peggy Green of Thee Grief Specialist

Grief and Mourning at Work: How to Get the Support You Need (Part III)

In this 3-part series on Grief and Mourning at Work: How to Get the Support You Need, we have covered the importance of having an open line of communication with  your employer, and how to educate fellow employees to help you with tips on helping  yourself. In the third and final part, we connect the dots and circle back around to managing them with self-care. Remember those 4 areas of acute symptoms of grief: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual ? When you take care of yourself, you are healing, and it helps with your ability to return to work after loss and your performance while on the job.

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Grief and Mourning at Work: How to Get the Support You Need (Part I)

by Peggy Green of Thee Grief Specialist 

I hear time and time again from others who are grieving that it is a necessity to return to work. The most common reason is financial. Second is the fear of losing their job for being absent too long.

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Reenergize in Difficult Times

by Peggy Green of Thee Grief Specialist

“I can’t get out of bed”, “I can barely get ready for work” “I am overwhelmed by day to day tasks”, “I don’t care if I shower, wash my hair or brush my teeth”.

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I love Mondays!

By Michelle Jolly of Healthy Horizons Coaching

Do you love your job and life?

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CPAP and your Life

by Shirley Gutkowski, RDH, BSDH, OMT, Primal Air

Do you like breathing? Do you sleep with a CPAP? Though there is people that enjoy sleeping with a mask on, and it is keeping them alive, but wouldn’t you rather not have to worry about it falling off in the night, or forgetting it on a trip? Getting your breathing under control is our goal, and getting people off the CPAP is our mission. 

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