Tag: The Hospice of CNY Grief Center

A New Year’s Grief

By Joyce Nevola, LMSW, Bereavement Counselor Entering a new year can be an opportunity for growth, renewal, and rebirth. Hope invites us to start over again and to let go of the past. We embrace new horizons, stretch ourselves beyond…

Surfing the Waves of Sorrow

How to Handle Outbursts of Grief By Joyce Nevola, LMSW, Bereavement Counselor The sounds, sensations, and sights of ocean waters caress the shore with gentle shimmers of sparkling sun or abruptly crash with a furious rage. Gentle movements of ebb and…

Guilt and Regrets

  By Michelle Gladu, LMSW, Bereavement Counselor One thing many people who have experienced the death of a loved one have in common is feelings of regret or guilt. These feelings can involve the “unfinished business” that can accumulate in…