How do you deal with the unexpected or sudden death of someone you know? Grief and trauma therapist Kara Bowman shares with us how to cope.
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Online Grief Support Groups: Why They’re Helpful
Grief support groups can be helpful by offering comfort, ease, and understanding after the death of a loved one. If you want to be around people who understand, consider joining an online group. Here’s what a supportive group can offer you.
Grief Doesn’t End at the Funeral — Neither Should Support
Someone said to me, “Once the funeral is over, you’ll feel better. You’ll have closure and be able to get over it.” I’m so glad I was too foggy-brained to…
Best Books for Dealing with Grief and Loss
When dealing with grief it can be hard to put your own feelings into words, so reading someone else’s can often be helpful. Although reading can be challenging during bereavement,…
COVID-19 Stole My Grief: My Loss Feels Lost in the Pandemic
The whole world is in crisis; but for those of us who were grieving before Covid, the world had already fallen apart. Megan Devine, psychotherapist and author of It’s OK…