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Helping Yourself After a Sudden Death

Because grief may be more complicated when a death is sudden and unexpected, this guide offers suggestions for coping with the sudden loss of a loved one.  Read More

Helping Yourself at Your Time of Loss

The first few days following a death can be very draining. This article explores some common emotions and steps to healing after the loss of a loved one.  Read More

Helping Yourself Cope with Holidays and Anniversaries

When the loss of a loved one hurts more on holidays, birthdays and anniversaries, you can take steps to manage your grief by addressing former traditions, creating new ones, and addressing your own needs.  Read More

Helping Yourself or a Coworker with Grief in the Workplace

Whether you have suffered a loss and wonder how it will affect your professional life, or whether a coworker is grieving the loss of a loved one, you and others can manage grief in the workplace to make it a place of healing and understanding.  Read More

Helping Yourself When an Unborn Baby Dies or a Miscarriage Occurs

This article explores the complex emotions that arise in grieving the loss of an unborn child, terminated pregnancy or miscarriage, and offers suggestions on how to begin to heal.  Read More

Helping Yourself When Someone You Love Has Died

This article explores common emotions you may experience when grieving the death of a loved one, and suggests techniques to help you manage your grief.  Read More

Helping Yourself When Someone You Love is Dying

Most people think of grief as something we experience only after a death, but we can experience grief during the course of caring for someone with a terminal illness as well.  Read More

Helping Yourself When There Has Been a Military Death

The death of a member of the military brings a special loss to the hearts of loved ones. This article explores the complex emotions that arise when grieving and coping with a military death.  Read More

Helping Yourself When You are a Professional Caregiver

This article for caregivers of the sick, dying or bereaved explores ways to implement sound self-care strategies while coping with the demands of helping others grieve or prepare for loss.  Read More

Helping Yourself When Your Child Has Died

The death of your child is likely to be the most painful and difficult experience you will ever have. This article explores ways you can manage your grief after the loss of a child.   Read More

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