July 11, 2008, Newsletter Issue #249: The need for grief counseling

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Many people think they do not need counseling when they lose a spouse or child by death. Counseling can be just talking with family and friends, asking their advice. Yet, when grieving begins to consume our lives, it is time to seek professional counseling; do not put it off. There certainly is no ´shame´ to ask for help from those who are trained for this. Grief has a way of developing into depression and major health problems; this can be avoided. Seek help!

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