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Support your parishioners with difficult issues such as Addiction, Grief, Bullying, Miscarriage, Alzherimer's and Caregiving
Grief touches every life, and is an individual process with many different facets. In this colle...
Whether you have cared for your loved one for one year or many, when it ends, it will feel abrup...
Living with an addiction is both heartbreaking and exhausting - this video offers hope-filled support.
When someone we love suddenly dies, we are stunned. We had no preparation and no time to gradual...
This dynamic video offers insight, hope, and understanding for anyone who cares for a loved one ...
For the first time, a video of support for those who grieve the loss of a beloved animal companion
Provides compassionate, in-depth help for those parents going through the trauma of a baby's death due to miscarriage or stillbirth.
Building on the tremendous support and reception of their first video, Helping Children Grieve, counselors, survivors and friends Khris Ford and Paula D'Arcy have created this new resource with Paraclete Press for helping parents and family members grieving the death of a child.
Suicide deeply affects the lives of those who are left behind by the one who has died.
This profound new video resource offers helpful information to adults (parents, caregivers, professionals) on how to help children of all ages grieve with hope and heart. You will meet two experts: Khris Ford and Paula D’Arcy, whose personal experiences with death give them intimate knowledge and compassion.
Death comes to all of us, but there is a difference between the world’s view and the Christian perspective. The world looks away and tries to hide, “but we as faithful people have the power and ability to look death straight in the eye and understand it.”
Postpartum depression affects 10 to 15 percent of all postpartum women. This DVD will help you identify what it is, the warning signs, what to do and where to go for help.
This resource helps adults answer children's questions about death, funerals, and heaven as it lovingly prepares them for the inevitable losses they will experience. The viewer hears from professionals and children, ages 3-14.
Grief is always difficult, but never more than when you are a teenager. This is a compassionate and practical primer for teens and adults who live and/or work with youth.