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Christmas Card Etiquette After a Death in the Family

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Survivors of Blue Suicide

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Fostering hope by uniting survivors of law enforcement suicide to support one another and honor our fallen heroes.

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Washington State Law Enforcement Memorial

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Located on the Washington State Capitol campus in the shadow of the Temple of Justice and looking north to Heritage Park and Puget Sound, the Washington State Law Enforcement Memorial is designed to be a lasting tribute to law enforcement…

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Supporting Kids Who Can’t Remember Their Dads This Father’s Day

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Written by Litsa Williams for WhatsYourGrief.Org Helping children remember their dad on Father’s Day If you are supporting a child who doesn’t remember their dad this Father’s Day, use the day to help the child learn more about their dad. This…

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Spokane Regional Law Enforcement Museum

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The Spokane Law Enforcement Museum is a non-profit 501 (C) (3) organization dedicated to preserving and archiving the history and events of the men and women in law enforcement. The people and events are essential in the evolution of Spokane,…

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Police Kids Books Series by Donna Miele

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Donna Miele is a law enforcement wife and author. She has written many titles for law enforcement life.  

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Children Survivor Book Resource

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Use this link to browse our Children Survivor Book resources.

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Survivor Book Resources

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Here is an easy link for you to browse our survivor book resources.

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It’s OK That You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn’t Understand

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Survivor Recommended.  Grief is not a problem to be solved; it’s an experience to be carried.  

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The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma

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Survivor Recommended –  For real change to take place, the body needs to learn that the danger has passed and to live in the reality of the present.

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