Play-Doh vs. Rock

Written by: Jill Thorson, LCSW One of my favorite activities to do with grieving youth begins with an old classic, Play-Doh. I give them a small piece of the Play-Doh and explain the rules: in 60 seconds, it has to look different. Some jump right in. They tear and roll pieces, crafting something elaborate. Others […]

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The Connection Between Food and Grief

Written by, Cynthia Victor of Fox Valley Food for Health  There is a common tradition you see in every community after the death of a loved one: the outpouring of compassion for the family – the tradition of feeding those left behind. The gift of food is a way of saying we care, we are […]

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