Mourning Hope Grief Center

Being a teen can be a very challenging time in life.  You're not a kid any more. During this time lots of changes are occurring.  You're taking on more responsibility, thinking ahead to the future, and trying to juggle family, friends, and school.  So when someone you love dies, it can be more difficult for you now than at any other age.  It's hard to understand all the changes that go with being a teen and now try to make sense of all the feelings that go along with the death of someone special to you.  There are people out there that care about you and can help you through this tough time.  Below are some ways to help you start on this journey.

Here are some things to remember:

Here are things to help:

More ideas like this are found in Alan Wolfelt's book titled:  Healing Your Grieving Heart For Teens. This and other resources for teens are available in our lending library.  Call us at 488-8989 if you would like to check it out!

Remember you are unique and so is your grief! Treat yourself gently!

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