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We learn from retired psychotherapist Sue McDonald who has kept a grief journal for over 20 years what it means for her and how it has helped.
Journaling is known to be beneficial to help you get through grief, but how you do it really matters. We learn the best way to journal with bereavement researcher Ass. Prof Wendy Lichtenthal.
These ideas for your grief journal have been reviewed by published bereavement researcher Wendy Lichtenthal who works in the psychology of journaling. These methods may help you find meaning in life again.
Learn how to cope with male depression and suicide from an expert from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Tips for men on grieving and help for women to understand men and grief and how they feel.
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.
I was born in 2002, so when my baby brother was born in 2005 & died on the same day, I didn't understand it well enough to mourn at the time. Growing
Your questions about bereavement answered. Can grief cause weight gain, memory loss, PTSD, OCD, and many, many more.
How doing her mother’s puzzles helped expressive arts therapy expert Irene Renzenbrink cope with her mother’s death.
We bring you comfort when grieving the loss of a child, stories so you don't feel so alone, and a forum where you can ask questions
Wondering whether you need bereavement counseling? Find out here and where to get help.
Why Covid 19 is evoking feelings of grief in so many of us, and what we can do to mitigate these difficult emotions.
It's been almost ten years since I lost my parents. My mom was my best friend and I still think about her every day and still wake up crying most days.
Knowing what to say to someone who is dying is daunting. Lesley wrote this after 16 months of supporting a loved one with terminal cancer. Here’s what she learned.
My 11 yr old son and I were in a car accident a month ago. He unfortunately did not make it out alive in the hospital. I blame myself for what happened
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