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Both my sisters died of a genetic illness by the time I was 17. One of them I knew and the other sister, she was only 4 months old when she died and I
Will this ever get better? I lost my dad last April due to cancer Just last week I lost my mom to cancer. My son is struggling too. He is 16 and the
What is veterans’ grief and what are the best strategies for coping with it? We asked two expert therapists to explore grief and PTSD in returned servicemen/women and give their advice.
Tips for men on grieving and help for women to understand men and grief and how they feel.
Learn how to cope with male depression and suicide from an expert from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
This beautifully written and wise book details the author's younger son's passionate, though ultimately fruitless, struggle with bone cancer, and her profound
Since she died 4 weeks ago I'm literally thinking I'm dying all the time. I can't stop. I feel like I'm losing my mind.
Hi everyone, I'm struggling to deal with a new wave of grief after three years of losing my mother. We are in the process of selling the family home
Your questions about bereavement answered. Can grief cause weight gain, memory loss, PTSD, OCD, and many, many more.
Learn exactly what to expect at a grief counseling session from experienced psychotherapist Shirley Porter. RP, RSW, CCC.
Why Covid 19 is evoking feelings of grief in so many of us, and what we can do to mitigate these difficult emotions.
I lost my dad in 2016, our son in early 2017, and my mother in 2019. I was sad and cried with my dad. I fell apart with my son but quickly got 'over' the
Since finding out that a loved one is terminal, my mind has disconnected me from the situation with a fuzzy head feeling. I feel sad but the tears are
We interview an expert in grief and PTSD to explore the differences and share some advice about what can be done to help those experiencing grief, trauma or both.
Our interview with sibling grief expert Silvi Saxena, MBA, explores the issues between parents and siblings when a child in a family is lost.
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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.
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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Our free downloadable and printable document "The 10 Most Important Things You Can Do To Survive Your Grief And Get On With Life" will help you to be positive day to day.
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