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Claire M. Schwartz

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Claire M. Schwartz

BA, Spiritual Counselor,

Certified Professional Coach & Grief

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February 19, 2020

Most of the time when a loss happens,we don't know what to do. The main complaint I hear is that people say or do the wrong thing or just disappear. But today is about the opposite reaction - Too. Much. Help. Go away!!

A friend of a friend just tragically lost her longs...

February 3, 2019

One of my oldest and dearest friends recently lost her mom. It was a hard-fought battle and a message I had dreaded for a long time. When I spoke to my friend later that day, she seemed ok, given what had happened - but a mutual friend had said to her: "Welcome to The...

December 19, 2017

Anytime Grief & Loss are in the spotlight, it gets my attention. Yesterday, Dr. Phil did his show partially about Melissa (left), who lost her mother 1½ years ago and has gotten stuck in her pain and anguish. It is affecting her relationship, her work and her parenting...

October 17, 2017

As someone who has seen political outrage and national anger hundreds of times, I am struck by how bitter and ugly these times are. And it seems to me that our

April 5, 2017

Grieving often involves a tremendous amount of suffering. But lately, I seem to be running across a great many people who have lost someone or something to which they were deeply deeply attached: a soulmate, a child, a best friend – even an animal. These folks are not...

August 26, 2016

I do not do things like other coaches. And I am continually frustrated by reading how I can make millions convincing clients that they cannot survive without me forever and ever.

I have problems with this on so many levels, I hardly know where to begin.

Firstly, I am a...

August 11, 2016

It is the two-year anniversary of the tragic death of Robin Williams, one of my heroes both as performer and a human being. I grieved for him as if he had been family - I wrote about celebrity death and how we process it at the time HERE.

I have been around a lot of sui...

August 8, 2016

A child's first exposure to death often comes from the loss of a beloved pet. Kids get very attached to animals as sources of comfort and unconditional love, as a means of learning responsibility and as members of the family. That loss can shape their view of dying, th...

August 5, 2016

I generally take great care to remain neutral politically in my work, as I wish to be available to anyone who comes to me regardless of their beliefs about other things. However, since the incident with the Khan Family deals directly with grief and how it is expressed,...

May 19, 2016

There is not a single human being who will escape loss. Whether a beloved animal, a job, a life change or a health diagnosis, all of these will cause us to have symptoms of grieving. The scope and depth of that grief, of course, will depend on the loss you have suffere...

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