Dealing With Grief During The Holidays
| December 4, 2018
BINGHAMTON, NY (WSKG) – The holidays are a festive time, but this season can also be very hard and feelings of loss and grief can be amplified. Dr. Krystine Batcho is a psychology professor at LeMoyne College who specializes in nostalgia. WSKG talked with her back in 2015 about how we can help people who are grieving, how to deal with the helplessness we can feel from national tragedies. And how, in the midst of absence and grief, we can maintain a sense of joy.
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