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Mar 6 2020

GriefSpeak – “Before and After a Loss to Opioid Overdose”

By Mari Dias Amidst the fear of the coronavirus and the media coverage of the Democratic primaries, we often forget ...

Feb 28 2020

GriefSpeak: ALS

By: Mari Dias (All names, places and identifying factors have been changed.) As a child, Gregory watched the young girl ...

Feb 21 2020

GriefSpeak: DNA Tests – A loss or gain of cultural identity?

By Mari Dias How many of you have taken the Ancestry or 23andme DNA test? Initially most folks considered this ...

Feb 14 2020

GriefSpeak: Valentine’s Day for a Broken-Hearted Mom

By Mari Dias “The hardest thing I’ve ever had to hear was that my child died. The hardest thing I’ll ...

Jan 31 2020

GriefSpeak: Depression can be as fatal as cancer

By: Mari Dias What’s in a Name? One of my favorite childhood bedtime stories was an old Italian legend that ...

Jan 24 2020

GriefSpeak: Larry was tired. Tired of living.

The story of an unsuccessful suicide attempt By Dr. Mari Dias Larry was tired. Tired of living. He was 55 ...

Jan 17 2020

GriefSpeak – Bereavement Support Groups and where to find them

By Mari Dias “There is no grief like the grief that does not speak” (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow) Talking about one’s ...

Jan 10 2020

GriefSpeak – The Mortician’s Daughter: Reprise

By: Mari Dias When I die there will be no questions to ask. Why? Because I’m in the business of ...

Jan 3 2020

GriefSpeak – Auld Lang Syne

By: Mari Dias Hindsight is 20/20. And so is this new year. It is not merely a new year but ...

Dec 27 2019

GriefSpeak: American Red Cross Second Responders Needed

By Dr. Mari Dias Rosa, an elderly woman, always accompanied by her walker and oxygen tank left a pot on ...