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Grief is unpredictable. Navigating the ups and downs of loss can be challenging. Our expert Judi’s House clinicians compiled activities to help families talk about grief at home.
These activities are tailored to different ages and new activities are posted regularly.
- July Activities: CopingGrief can be hard and messy! Coping, or doing things to help us feel better, is a necessary topic to explore so we can help each other manage big grief reactions. Read More
- June Activities: HonoringThere are times when we wish the deceased were here to experience special moments. Although they are not here physically, it helps to find ways to continue to include them in our lives. Read More
- May Activities: Self-CareFinding time and space to take care of yourself can seem impossible after a death loss, especially when considering all the other stressors going on in daily life. Use these activities to start practicing self-care. Read More
- April Activities: KindnessDid you know being kind to others can be a healthy coping skill? When we practice acts of kindness, it can release “feel good” chemicals in our brain. In this way, when we help others, we also help ourselves! Read More
- March Activities: LegacyFinding ways to honor the life of your special person is an important part of healing. These activities can help you show your love and appreciation for who they were, what they accomplished, and the ways they impacted others. Read More
- February Activities: LoveExperiencing feelings of love can be complicated after a death loss. Use these activities to help you find love in yourself, in others, and in your day-to-day life. Read More
- January Activities: HopeThese are just a few activities our families participate in during our Hope for the Holidays events! Read More
- December Activities: HolidaysHolidays and anniversaries can be hard for grieving families. These activities offer families creative ways to relax and look ahead to the new year. Read More