Coping Skills Toolbox

Use this toolbox to find ways to cope when you are going through a difficult time.

Black History Month 2021: Grief and Love

Black history month is a time to honor the achievements of Black Americans but this year, when there has been so much loss, we need to acknowledge that, “We are in the middle of a black bereavement crisis.” This quote, from Marissa Evan’s recent article in The Atlantic entitled, “The Relentlessness of Black Grief”, speaks to the overwhelming and cumulative grief experienced by many in the Black community.

Imagine Receives $100,000 Gift from PSEG and PSEG Foundation

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Imagine was one of 14 organizations to receive a major donation from PSEG and PSEG Foundation this week to help families and individuals who are struggling due to COVID-19. At Imagine, this unrestricted $100,000 donation will help ensure that those in hard-hit areas of New Jersey get the grief support and education they need.

Around the Holiday Table: Talking about Someone Who Died

My mother died on October 23, 2008.  A month later I spent that first Thanksgiving without her at my godmother Ginny’s house with her family. I had known Ginny my whole life and her three daughters, all around my age, were like cousins to me. They were all there too, one of them with her own three daughters.

Back to College

Research shows that about 1 in 3 college students experience a death of a family member or close friend who died within the last 12 months. Here are some things to keep in mind as you return or go to college for the first time.