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There is so much pressure to be happy in our culture, especially at the holidays. We are supposed to have a Happy Thanksgiving, a “merry little Christmas” or a Happy Hanukah. But grief doesn’t take a holiday.
Imagine Clinical Training Director, Connie Palmer, LCSW shares lessons on losing in healthy, constructive ways.
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.
So what happens when someone dies? Do family photos become terrible reminders of the person who has died, or symbols of the love and support that the person provided? We think the latter….
By Corey Wisler, MSW. Play is children’s work. Children play A LOT at Imagine! Play is important for healthy physical, cognitive, and emotional development. Through play children learn essential life skills, such as negotiation, emotional regulation, perspective taking, equality, and problem solving (Gray, 2013).