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GaLT Magazine PDF - November 2013 Volume 2 Issue 4

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This issue addresses the topic of divorce.

Table of Contents
1. Divorce – How to Escape the Nightmare That Lives On - By Donna Brandenburg
2. Divorced or Loss of Loved Ones-The Holidays Are On The Way-Grief Happens - By Kathy L. Fortner, EdS, LPC, LPC-S, CCMHC
3. The Good Divorce ~ For Children - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
4. How Men Cope With Divorce ~ Or Don't - By Kyle Morrison

5. The Disenfranchised: Stories of Life and Grief When an Ex-Spouse Dies - Book Reviewed by Andrea Heeres, MSW


GaLT Magazine PDF - July 2013 Volume 2 Issue 3

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It is typically such a secret that we really don't know how many there are.  Suffice it to say that a significant part of the population was sexually abused before the age of 18.  Many never told.  Most did not receive adequate help.  This issue of Grief and Loss Today is dedicated to these largely silent grievers who still suffer.  In it, there is information on how to grieve sexual abuse, why we must make that painful effort and how to protect the next generation of children.

Table of Contents
1. The Peter Pan Paradox - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
2. Learning to Protect - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
3. The Watchers - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
4. Internet Survivor Resources

5. Comfort Corner: Patriotic pizza for summer holidays - By Sue Yurick


GaLT Magazine PDF - April 2013 Volume 2 Issue 2

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“What were you thinking?” Dr. Phil is famous for asking.  Even though we may laugh, this is an enormously important question.  Self-talk (the thoughts that flit through everyone's brain) can make or break the grief process.  In fact, it is a crucial factor in successful living.  We tackle the subject of self-talk in this issue of Grief and Loss Today; its importance, how we can think our way through grief and how negative self-talk can prevent healing.  Griever or not, you can learn much from this issue.

Table of Contents
1. The incredible power of self talk - By Jim jensen
2. Thinking your way through grief - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
3. Self talk that keeps mourners from healing - By  Larry m barber
4. Springy thai veggie/shrimp rolls (for two)

GaLT Magazine PDF - January 2013 Volume 2 Issue 1

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What if others think we “shouldn't grieve this loss?  Or the loss is unimportant or not socially acceptable?  Most of us suffer disenfranchised loss (such as pregnancy loss) at some time in our lives.  This issue of Grief and Loss Today takes us through such discounted losses and how we can not only survive but grow from them.  It is an important issue for all grievers.

Table of Contents
1. A Silent Storm - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
2. Not important enough to grieve - By Barbara woodwiss
3. Alive in our hearts: The unique pain of miscarriage - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
4. Kids Korner: Pioneers in disenfranchised grief - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
5. Allow yourself to surrender - By Alan wolfelt
6. Comfort corner: Scottish Oatcakes - By Sue Yurick

GaLT Magazine PDF - November 2012 Volume 1 Issue 2

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This issue of Grief and Loss Today is proof positive that, when our readers speak, we listen.  So many have been devastated by the suicide of a loved one that we dedicated this volume to “Understanding Suicide” with accurate and needed information about this terrible fact of life.  We also include an article by a survivor as well as one by a formerly suicidal patient.  A terrific article by Pamela Gabbay on “Helping Children Grieve During the Holidays” rounds out this issue.

Table of Contents
1. Understanding suicide - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
2. Suicide: Some understanding is certain to initiate and develop empathy - By Carol Loehr
3. The suicide solution? - By Authors name withheld
4. Helping children grieve during the holidays - By Pamela Gabbay
5. Holiday comfort recipe: pumpkin chili with black beans - By sue yurick


GaLT Magazine PDF - September 2012 Volume 1 Issue 1

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The inaugural issue of Grief and Loss Today acknowledges grief is poorly understood in our “take a pill and move on” society and hits the basics.  International grief expert Dr. Alan Wolfelt explains what we need to accomplish through the grief process and other authors answer questions such as what is normal when grieving, how do I make sense out of what has happened and is a grief group right for me.  This issue is a treasure trove for the new griever.

Table of Contents
1. The journey through grief: The mourner's six reconciliation needs - By Alan D. Wolfelt
2. Holy cow, you mean i'm normal? - By Andrea Heeres, MSW
3. Making sense out of nonsense - By GALT Staff
4. Is a grief support group right for me? - By GALT Staff
5. Comfort corner - By Andrea Heeres, MSW


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