About Kris Peterson

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kris has written 35 articles so far, you can find them below.

Dealing With Long Term Grief

Grieving is a natural response to loss, whether this loss be the death of a loved one, the ending of an important or meaningful relationship, losing a job, losing important items through theft or through disability with losing one’s independence.The different stages of grief include the following: Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Although there […] Continue reading →

Alzheimer’s And Palliative Care

November is a month that spreads awareness for Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s is an irreversible and progressive brain disorder that destroys memory and other important mental functions from problem-solving skills, and simple tasks to determining time or place, vision loss, and much more. This is a chronic disease, meaning it can last for years or can […] Continue reading →

Grieving a Lost Child

The above sculpture was created by a Slovakian art student named Martin Hudáček, titled: “The Child That Was Never Born” Working with a parent or parents after their child has died can be a daunting task. It can be difficult to ascertain what ‘normal’ grief is and when to involve other specialized health care professionals […] Continue reading →

Death of an Estranged Parent

There are many articles on parents with estranged adult children.  This article however will touch on adult children with estranged parents. When people hear about the loss or the impending loss of an estranged parent some people feel shocked and unprepared to experience the range of emotions of grief.  They may struggle with a wide […] Continue reading →

Surviving the Death of a Sibling

The Surviving Adult and Sibling Grief Sibling relationships are so complex because while growing up, siblings are both friends and enemies, teammates and competitors. People both play and fight with siblings. As children naturally seek security, attention, and love from parents, it is only normal to perceive brothers and sisters as competitors for these precious […] Continue reading →

Grieving an Incarcerated Loved One

Many families with a loved one in prison or jail experience economic hardship, especially if the incarcerated person was a primary wage-earner of the household.  You have to grieve the loss of that person in your day-to-day life, as well as deal with any extra struggles his or her loss brings. In addition, you have […] Continue reading →