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Archives of Wings E-Letters

Wings quarterly online newsletter has inspirational stories, new products, workshops, and seminar announcements, or just news that we’d like to pass along to our friends to keep them informed. Archived E-Letters will be accessible only for the past three years. You may subscribe or unsubscribe at any time to our free E-Letter.USE THE CONTACT FORM TO SUBSCRIBE and receive the next ELetter.

Current Issue

2017 Summer: After the Death of a Loved One

Past Issues

2017 Spring: Making Special Rituals

2016 Fall: Dip into Denial

2016 Summer: Focus on Connections even when Mourning the Death of a Loved One

2016 Spring: Grief not as an Illness, But as a Response to Injury

2016 Winter: What is PTSD

2015 Fall: Ending it: Sometimes you want to- But Don’t

2015 Summer: Baby Boomer’s Grief

2015 SPRING: Empathy and Brain Pain Relief

2015 WINTER: Maybe 2015 Will be Better for You

2014 FALL: Ten Tricks Your Brain Plays on you During Grief

2014 SUMMER: An Extraordinary Experience that Eased the Burden of Grief

2014 SPRING: What to Do If You Have an Extraordinary Experience When Mourning 

2014 WINTER: Fifteen Things Not to Say to a Bereaved Man

2013 FALL: Holiday Sorrows and Precious Gifts

2013 SUMMER: The Spiritual Path to Healing

2013 SPRING: Whatever happened to “community” and face-to-face grief?

2013 WINTER: How to Talk to Children and Teens about Tragedy

2012 FALL: Well Meaning Statements Devastate Mourners

2012 Summer:  Emotional Reactions to Sudden Death
Our patriotic issue

2012 April:  How Long Should Grief Last?

2012 Spring  Grief Rituals Can Help on Valentine’s Day

2011 Winter The Necessary Work of Grief.

2011 Fall I hope you Dance.

2011 Summer What about Children?

2011 Spring What’s Love Got to Do With It?

2010 Fall Learning To Live.

2010 Summer Victory Over the 30′ Pole.

2010 Spring Exploring Your Feelings of Loss.

2009 Winter A Collection of Stories From Hospice.