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Supporting Someone Who Is Coming Out

Supporting Someone Who Is Coming Out

June in the United States is Pride Month, where we celebrate and honor the LGBTQ+ community and to commemorate the Stonewall Riots that occurred in June 1969, kicking off the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement. Every June, queer folks and their allies use this month to recognize the impact that LGBTQ+ people have had on the […]

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What is Collective Grief?

What is Collective Grief?

Collective grief happens when a community, society, village, or nation all experience extreme change or loss. Collective grief can manifest in the wake of major events such as: war, natural disasters, or others that result in mass casualties or widespread tragedy. Like individual grief, there is a feeling of lack of control that comes with […]

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Self-Care When Grieving

Self-Care When Grieving

As we’ve discussed on the blog recently, the current coronavirus pandemic has changed the way most of us live our day-to-day lives and will for the foreseeable future. We have all had to adjust to major changes in our routines in addition to worries about finances, safety, and how long this will all be going […]

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Stay Connected While Social Distancing

With the spread of coronavirus, many of our routines have changed drastically in a short time. With the exception of essential workers (and those who already worked from home) the rest of us are now navigating a new all-at-home routine that we’ve never needed to have before.  Social distancing is the main thing we can […]

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Grief and Coronavirus | Grief Recovery Center

Grief and Coronavirus

The last few weeks in the United States have been an unprecedented whirlwind with the spread of coronavirus, and essentially everyone is feeling it. Confusion, panic, and fear are circulating throughout the country right now, and unfortunately, it looks like this process is only beginning. You may not have even had time to process your […]

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5 Signs of Incomplete Grief

The common understanding of grief is that there are five stages. The five stages of grief are: Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance The idea is, that until you reach acceptance, your grief isn’t complete. But grief isn’t actually that simple. While you are likely to feel every single one of these stages at different points […]

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How to Get Therapy If You’re Too Busy

When it seems like every moment of your day, and every day of your week is already accounted for, fitting therapy into your schedule can seem like a pipe dream. You’re already juggling so many responsibilities. Maybe you can’t even remember the last time you had a completely free day on your calendar.  Does that […]

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When To Go To Therapy For Your Anxiety | Grief Recovery Center Houston Therapists

When To Go To Therapy For Your Anxiety

Anxiety is something that comes with being human. We all feel it from time to time, although for some it’s worse than others. Houston therapists describe anxiety as the experience of having panic attacks, obsessive thoughts, and worrying that will not subside. While all of us worry from time to time, folks who live with […]

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