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Here are the top ten articles for the Bereavement Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Can the Dying Hear?
Defining Communication

2. Symptoms of Survivor Guilt
Recognizing a thief

3. How to Prepare for the Death of a Loved One
Death may be inevitable but how do we prepare ourselves and the dying for it? This is a time to say those words we have been putting off, make up for past transgressions and tell them we love them

4. Sleeplessness While Grieving
Disruptions in sleep patterns are very normal for the first few weeks, and sometimes much longer, after the death of a loved one. There are several things to try before resorting to medications and this article out lines a few that could be helpful.

5. Irish Wake 101
Not a myth. Here are the basics.

6. Eulogy To A Man
Not A Saint, Yet Beloved

7. How Children React to Death by Age
Everyone reacts differently to death and none more so than children. Much of their behavior is dictated by how the adults in their lives react, but the age of a child will have a significant role to play although not every child in each age group will react in the same way.

8. How Long Should I Grieve?
It can feel like we will never get over the death of a loved one - but how do we know when it is time to move forward?

9. Nightmares and Death Dreams
What you don't know can scare you

10. When a Parent Dies
Losing a parent is never easy, even if you think you are prepared. Even brothers and sisters will grieve in different ways and it can bring a family closer together or do the exact opposite. Take the time to acknowledge your grief and treasure the memories



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