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Angry with death

How have people coped with losing a loved one and then within a month another? My father died in December from cancer, his death was unpleasant, it made

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Male Depression and Suicide, How to Cope

Learn how to cope with male depression and suicide from an expert from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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Best Grief Books for Teens

Check out our recommendations for grief books for teens, some with contributions by teenagers themselves. Get help and comfort from the best.

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How to Deal with Grief - Tips for Coping with the Loss of a Loved One

How to deal with grief and loss in positive ways. Practical tips and advice for moving on through your grief journey.

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About the Author of Grief and Sympathy - Elizabeth Postle

About the author of Grief and Sympathy, a healing hug in times of sadness and loss. Author Elizabeth Postle, Editor Lesley Postle

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Easy Meditation for Grief and Anxiety

Learn how to do effective and simple meditation for grief to help you to get in touch with your emotions in times of loss and stress.

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99 Ways to Spot a Great Grief Counselor - $1 Mini eBook

Download our $1 mini eBook and never have to put up with bad therapy again. With our tips you will know whether your counselor is doing you good or not and won't waste your money.

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Inspiring Stories of Grief by Those Who Survived and Thrived

These stories of grief and loss are by our readers, friends and family about their personal experiences. They may help you feel less alone and comfort you in your path towards acceptance of your loss.

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Can Bereavement Cause Weight Gain?

Yes, bereavement can cause weight gain. We explore the reasons why and give advice on how you can avoid it.

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7 Warning Signs You Have Alzheimer Spouse Grief

Alzheimer Spouse Grief starts when the loved one is still alive - how to cope and look after yourself as well as your loved one. . .

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Julieboo

Does anyone else seem to have periods where you feel you might be coping better then all of a sudden crash? I seem to not cope when I'm overly tired.

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Missing you

Fathers day fell just a few weeks after my dad passed away. It was a very hard time in my life. I had also lost my beloved pet of 16 years. My dog Lucy

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When someone is entering their last days close to Christmas

My mom has been in home hospice since June. She is now bed-bound, very weak, and doesn't speak or think clearly. It seems like our neighbor is so overwhelmed

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After The Flowers Die by Melanie Delorme

This book is the best book I have found since my daughter died. it is written Alphabetically by topic. Anger, Birthdays, Funerals etc. so the pages are

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Missing You - A Poem after the Loss of My Dad

Fathers day fell just a few weeks after my dad passed away. It was a very hard time in my life. I had also lost my beloved pet of 16 years. My dog Lucy

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Get Private and Confidential Help in the Privacy of Your Own Home

Do you feel alone and sad with no support and no idea how to move forward?  It can be tough when you are stuck in grief to find the motivation to get the most out of your precious life. 

Online counseling can help by giving you that support so you don't feel so alone. You can have someone to talk to anytime you like, a kind and understanding person who will help you to find meaning in life again, to treasure the memories of your loved one without being overwhelmed and to enjoy your activities, family and friends again.

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Heart Shaped Sterling Silver Pendant for Cremation Ashes, Engraved Forever Loved

Memorial Jewelry to Honour a Loved One

Check out our lovely range of memorial jewelry for any lost loved one.  Pendants, necklaces, rings or bracelets, we have them all in all kinds of styles.  Choose for yourself or buy as a sympathy gift. 

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Hypnosis for Grief - 10 Ways It Can Help You

Try a gentle hypnotherapy track to relax the mind. Learn how self-hypnosis can help you cope with grief at any time of the day or night.  

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