Grief Counseling & Support for Teens
Music is the language of the heart; when nothing else can express how we feel, there is often a song that comes to mind that says it all for us. Sometimes listening to music can express the agony and grief when the exact words are difficult to find.
It is the mission of Regional Hospice to be there when you need us, where you need us, and for as long as they need us. We want to offer our support emotionally and spiritually.
There are many songs that put into words, the difficult feelings experienced when losing someone close to you. We have listed a few here, but feel free to go to our Facebook page and recommend others that you have personally found helpful. In addition to music, poetry can also bring comfort in times of loss. We have a few listed below.
Other Music and/or Music Videos:
BarlowGirl – Never Alone
The Band Leeland: Brighter Days
How Can I Help you Say Goodbye – By Patty Loveless
Angel – By Sarah McLachlan
Holes in the Floor of Heaven – By Steve Wariner
Tears In Heaven – By Eric Clapton and Will Jennings
I Will Remember You – By Sara McLachlan
My Heart Will Go On – By Celine Dion
The Dance – By Garth Brooks
Can’t Cry Hard Enough – By Williams Brothers
Somewhere Out There – By James Ingram and Linda Ronstadt
Fly – By Celine Dion
Oh Very Young – By Cat Stevens
The Rose – By Bette Midler
Candle in the Wind – By Elton John – Lyrics by Bernie Taupin
Nobody Knows – By The Tony Rich Project – Another version sung by Kevin Sharp
Creating a “Memory” box to honor a loved one, can be a wonderful first step in working through the grief process. Please call our office and speak to one of our grief counselors to get started.
“I wanted to honor my grandfather’s memory, so I created this box for him. One very distinct memory I have of my grandfather was of the quarters he would give to my sister and me every time we would see him. I glued several quarters on the inside of the lid to represent that particular memory. I also included several photos of my grandfather, taken throughout his life. I put a couple items that belonged to him, a pocket watch and a pair of sunglasses, in the box as well. Having this box to remind me of him is very comforting.”
– Kayla B.