Supporting Teens Through Loss

By January 25, 2018

One of life’s inevitable experiences is loss. What happens when a teen experiences the death of a parent, grand-parent, sibling, or friend? Or their parents divorce? Or their dog dies? Or they fail a class or get cut from the volleyball team? It is incredibly important for teens to know where to reach out for… Read more »

The Powerful Impact of Teaching Children How to Deal With Grief

By October 26, 2017

They say that it takes a village to raise a child. Parents, extended family members, family friends, neighbours, caregivers, teachers, and many others, influence a child’s overall social, emotional, and psychological growth. As a community, it is our responsibility to teach our children effective life skills that will benefit them over their lifetime. When it… Read more »

The Power of Responsibility in Healing From Loss

By September 4, 2017

When we experience loss in our lives, we often feel immense emotional pain. Sometimes the pain is so profound that it leaves us feeling paralyzed and hopeless about the future. It’s as if we are stuck in an emotional prison, unable to escape and incapable of imagining a life without suffering. Over time and without… Read more »