Grief is the pain, misery, anguish, suffering, or distress caused by bereavement.
Loss occurs as a result of losing a possession, a person, or can be caused by deprivation or a change of circumstance. Losses can occur through the death of a child, a spouse, a friend, hero, leader, or relative.
Bereavement is caused by loss, especially the loss of a loved one. A loss of position in the community, dignity, security, or reputation can result in feelings of bereavement.
Inspirational story and poem collection about death, dying, and grievance.
Poems and Articles connected with grief, loss and bereavement. Includes links and an online memorial tribute.
Offers searchable magazine archives, free online support groups, electronic sympathy cards, electronic memorials, and a secure catalog.
Offers articles, books and professional services for those coping with grief and loss.
Dedicated to understanding the process of grief, and its impact on laypeople and professionals. It includes a monthly column, "On the path from loss to renewal."
Quotes by famous fictional and non-fictional people about death and loss. Links.
An archived blog with tips for managing.
An on-line guide for teachers, parents and those who have been victims of terror attacks, traumatic crisis, and long-term stress. A special section on the tradition Jewish attitude to mourning is included.
A place for people to find help in healing from loss. The honor page (the first internet memorial site) has over 500 memorials, and continues to put up memorials free of charge.
National charity set up to offer free, confidential help to bereaved people. Cruse produces booklets on coping with grief which you can buy on-line.
Provides information about loss due to estrangement. Includes a journal, lists of books, movies, articles, other references, poetry, and people who have experienced estrangement.
Relief for those in deep grief, so that they may have time away from pressing obligations in order to rest, seek consolation or healing, and possibly reevaluate their lives. Bulletin board and fund raising activities.
International site to support people in their journeys of recovery and rebuilding following a loss. Resources, links, bulletin board, and people's stories of renewal.
Bereavement support including articles, poetry, links and a section on pet loss.
Official home of Darcie, Tony and Alicia Sims, who are internationally recognized public speakers on the topics of grief and grief support.
Articles, memorials, poetry,and provides a safe haven for bereaved persons to share their grief through discussion forums.
Author and grief expert David Kessler's site. Includes questions and answers, articles, tips for coping, and information about books he's written alone and with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross.
Information resource on death related grief for the community and professionals. Includes coping with grief, helping the bereaved, resources, education, and specific topics.
Support services include resource referral, support groups, a library, and memorial web pages. Links to Suicide Prevention and Survivors' Resources. Rivendell Resources, a charitable corporation.
A place where to find creative and nurturing ways to honor grief following the death of a loved one. Includes songs of hope and inspiration, songs for memorials and funeral services, songs for rituals and spiritual renewal as well as meditation resources.
Created by a mother in memory of her young daughter, promotes rights for the mourner and compassion from the mourner's friends and family. Provides links, a guide to the mourner's rights to grieve and inspirational quotes.
Offers a sixteen-month program including workbooks and journal.
Independent, not-for-profit community organization dedicated to providing hope, support and services for the bereaved. Counseling, support services, and books for the grieving.
Gives tips and ideas for the friends and family of the mourner to help them help the bereaved. Includes a blog.
A healing place in cyberspace created by a physician who combines medicine, psychiatry, poetry, prose and images to provide resources and support.
Directory of press releases, articles, and factsheets.
These phrases were composed with the purpose to empower and comfort those who have encountered the death of someone they love.
John E. Welshons' workshops, books, and tapes to help heal the grief of the loss of a loved one.
An online resource center for those looking for hope after loss. Resources include; blogs, pod casts, YouTube spots, and current articles by experts in the field of grief, loss, hope and healing.
Information and support for widows, widowers, and those who grieve over the death of a loved one. Features forum, advice, and personal stories.
Hope, inspiration,and encouragement in the form of essays, photos and poems for anyone going through grief recovery.
Based in Melbourne Australia and has as its mission to provide, through research, education, and consultancy, support for bereaved people. Features newsletters, services, directory, and programs.
Offering information, handbooks, resources, and news to help individuals deal with grief.
A foundation to help others cope with the loss of a loved one, this site offers therapeutic programs and events for bereaved families and young people, stories, and a newsletter.
Provides articles about coping with loss and a forum.
Offers support and resources for adults who lost a sibling during childhood or adolescence, including books, articles, general information, and bibliographies.
Todd Hochberg - photographer, national lecturer and published author’s work acknowledges and supports bereaved parents experiencing their baby’s death while educating medical/grief professionals and the public about perinatal loss.
A family service organization that supports individuals who lost loved ones to terrorist incidents worldwide. Articles about the aid offered and upcoming events.
UK charity for men and women aged 50 or under when their partner died. A self-help group run by volunteers who have been bereaved at a young age themselves.
Provides articles about coping with the grieving process. Also provides pay-for courses.
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