Seems impossible, but it is simultaneously interesting, innovative, and useful. I can see recommending it to clients, colleagues and using it myself.
See how clearly the two clinicians who started this blog describe its purpose:
Specifically, our mission is to promote grief education, exploration, and expression in both practical and creative ways. We aim to provide the public with…
- Education that reaches beyond generalization
- Practical and specific suggestions for moving forward
- Modes of self-exploration and self-expression that suit all types of thinkers and doers
- Ways to honor and remember deceased loved ones.
- A supportive community
In a section called "How Tos," they have a post on "Practical Plan for Dealing with the Holidays after a Loss."
In a section called "Remembering Loved Ones," they have a post on "Keeping Memories Alive by Accident."
In a section called "Words, Writing, and Journaling," they have posted a book review of "The Disappearance: A Primer of Loss" by Genevieve Jurgensen The book was written nearly twelve years after her four and seven year old daughters were killed in a car accident in France.
This is a blog that demands exploration.
Job well done.