Seminar tackles learning to grieve in a healthy way
DeKALB – Delinda Grindle said there’s no right or wrong way to grieve for the loss of a loved one. But it needs to be healthy.
“You should be making good choices that work you through your grief rather than making choices to divert your grief,” said the director of grief counseling at KP Counseling in Rockford.
Grindle spoke to 22 Northern Illinois University counseling students and educators Tuesday on how children and teenagers cope with death. She said despite all of the resources that exist for grieving, each person is unique in this process.
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