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Diana Young

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About Me:
I am a Grief Counselor and Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist who has worked with Hospice and the bereaved since 2001. I am also an Addiction Recovery Coach.
About my Loss:
I've lost a brother and sister, father and mother, grandparents, friend, fiance, step-son, cousin, pet and ex-husband. Overwhelmed by grief, I created Online Grief Support. It's a community of people helping people. Thank YOU for making this community what it is today.
Are You a Service Provider? If Yes, please tell us about your service.
Diana Young, LD/N, GC-C, ORDM
Diana is a Certified Grief Counselor with The American Institute of Health Care Professionals, Inc since 2015. Diana is also a licensed and Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist for 30 years specializing in weight management, diabetes care, the mind diet and healthy eating. She created the popular website OnlineGriefSupport.com in 2008 which now has over 15,000 members. Currently Diana facilitates a virtual grief support group weekly. Previously Diana worked for Cornerstone Hospice, providing nutrition care and grief support to patients and their families for over 15 years. She has also worked in hospital and clinical settings.
Along with assisting clients through the grief journey, Diana provides important information on self-care focusing on proper nutrition during the grieving process.
Diana is a recovery support specialist assisting clients with substance use issues.

Diana, Grief Recovery Coach's Blog

Journal Therapy

Posted on December 23, 2020 at 9:30am — 2 Comments

Recommended Book by David Kessler

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Typical responses associated with Grief

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Healthy Self Care

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Don't Lose Your Focus

Posted on November 30, 2016 at 7:37pm — 2 Comments

Good can come from Pain

Posted on November 29, 2016 at 12:38pm — 3 Comments

Heaven Left a Hole in your Heart

Posted on November 28, 2016 at 9:26am — 1 Comment

Grief and Appetite Loss

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Hold on to the Love not the Loss

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Abandonment and Grief

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You are not Alone!!!

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Ceci Frost: Grief the Roller Coaster

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I WILL prosecute

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Grief Counseling Sessions Available

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12 steps - grief

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Thanks to EVERYONE ON this site!

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Grief Support in Mount Dora Florida

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At 5:47pm on April 28, 2021, Catharine Mackanyn said…

Hi Diana, It's me Catharine. I am so stupid. I was looking at another email when I was signing up.

I telling you Diana, I am not the lightest light bulb in the box. I think you have your work cut out with me. I am not thinking at all. The pain and sadness is way too much for me. All day long I think about what has happened. any way. I will keep in touch with you.

I am sorry for my mistake. We will talk soon. bye

At 4:17pm on April 28, 2021, Catharine Mackanyn said…

hi diana,

I found my way back. I see that there is a zoom meeting tonight @7:00pm. Can I join that tonight. I have nothing going on Weds. just Monday's.

At 9:23pm on March 8, 2021, Robyn said…

Thank you so much Diana for allowing me to join your group and online Zoom meeting, Robyn 
...and Joe, thank you for inviting me!

At 7:03am on January 23, 2021, Pennywyze said…

 I have another question. Does the site have an app? 

At 7:53pm on January 22, 2021, Pennywyze said…

Who all can see my blog journal posts?

At 2:52pm on January 15, 2021, Pennywyze said…

How do I make a connection here?

At 4:37pm on April 3, 2020, Jeneley said…

Hi Diana. Thanks for reaching out. How long have you been on this website? I am trying anything and everything to work through some of this pain. 

At 4:15pm on July 15, 2018, M Adams said…

Thank you for creating this site, it is a lifeline for many people.  Hope your health is improving every day.

At 3:42pm on July 6, 2018, Sofia A. Wellman said…

Jarvis,

I am interested in taking over site. Please contact me by phone.

I do a lot of grief work and would do it justice.

Sofia Wellman

404-644-4040

At 3:20pm on August 13, 2017, Jacki Fredericks said…

Hi Diana,

I'm so sorry for all the losses you have gone through. You are a very kind, and caring person to have created this site, and I greatly appreciate it. I pray love finds you, and you love yourself. I think you're 1 awesome lady! Take good care. Many Blessings, good health, and much love are sent to you from  many. 

"When a person is born we rejoice, and when they're married we jubilate, but when they die we try to pretend nothing has happened." -- Margaret Mead

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Trish commented on Diana, Grief Recovery Coach's blog post After Death Communication
"We buried our son May 5th after his burial my family told me my mom was dying so I went to the nursing home to be with her. A few hours later after the priest gave her the anointing of the sick she passed. That Sunday was Mothers Day. A double wammy…"
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Penny Caywood commented on Diana, Grief Recovery Coach's group I love my Dad.
"My father has only been gone for a little over 3 years, but it already seems like an eternity."
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dream moon JO B commented on Diana, Grief Recovery Coach's group I love my Dad.
"so sorry 2 sea pepple its loss dads moms i miss my dad my mom so muhs i do"
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"I don’t know how to handle the death of my son I feel like I’m just fading away"
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bluebird replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"You're welcome, too.  As for me -- same as it has been since my husband died. I don't expect it will ever change. I know what you mean about being over the shock, and I suppose it's usually/mostly that way for me as well, but…"
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Jeff C replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"You're welcome, Bluebird.  Thanks for asking.  Just dealing with this awful reality 6 years later.  I'm over the shock and and am just dealing with the way it is.  How are you, otherwise?"
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bluebird replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"Thanks, Jeff. How are you doing?"
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Jeff C replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"I'm sorry to hear that, but I get it.  You are so right about what's happening to this country."
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bluebird replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"The 4th of July is my husband's favorite holiday -- mostly because of all the cookouts/barbecues/food, but also because of the fireworks. So, as with so many other things since he died, I find that I can't celebrate it. There's simply…"
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