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Talking to Children About Perinatal Loss

Talking to Children About Perinatal Loss

  Talking to Children About Perinatal Loss   Losing a baby is challenging for all members of the family. Grieving parents may be wondering how to discuss this loss with their other children. The child, no matter the age, has the emotional ability to pick […]

Sharing Your Story of Loss

Sharing Your Story of Loss

  Sharing your story of perinatal loss can be challenging. It feels personal, emotional, and exhausting at times (or maybe all the time). The experience is often stigmatized, leaving bereaved parents feeling isolated and lonely. We want to acknowledge your strength amidst extreme hardship. You […]

Pregnancy Loss and Meaningful Grieving

Pregnancy Loss and Meaningful Grieving

Pregnancy Loss and Meaningful Grieving October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month. At Full Circle, we recognize the unique grief of individuals who have experienced these types of losses. We are honored to play a role in these families’ stories, and we strive […]

Self-Care for Caregivers

Self-Care for Caregivers

Being a caregiver for a loved one can be overwhelming and exhausting.  It is a long and arduous journey that often has no foreseeable end.  Caregivers are pulled in many directions and expected to juggle many things at once.  This often results in the caregiver […]

Benefits of the Group Process

Benefits of the Group Process

Research shows that group support intervention for children and adults, as well as education for the parents and other adults in a child’s life, can lead to healthy grieving and help avoid the costs of unresolved grief as children grow to adulthood. When grieving children […]

Unresolved Grief

Unresolved Grief

UNRESOLVED GRIEF While death is a normal part of life, many individuals experience numerous challenges following the death of a close loved one.  Children and adults often feel alone, isolated, and unable to move forward in their lives.  There is currently more documentation than ever […]