Here are some places on the internet that we would like to share with you.
Coping with Grief and Loss: Understanding the Grieving Process
"Losing someone or something you love is very painful. After a significant loss, you may experience all kinds of difficult and surprising emotions, such as shock, anger, and guilt. Sometimes it may feel like the sadness will never let up. While these feelings can be frightening and overwhelming, they are normal reactions to loss. Accepting them as part of the grieving process and allowing yourself to feel what you feel is necessary for healing. There is no right or wrong way to grieve — but there are healthy ways to cope with the pain. You can get through it! Grief that is expressed and experienced has a potential for healing that eventually can strengthen and enrich life." (Quoted from the website)
Counseling for Loss & Life Changes
"This website was designed for those who are grieving. The articles, services, contacts, links and workshop information segments are placed with great care and respect. All items included on this site are here for your education and support. Please use what is helpful, and throw out what is not. Grief is a unique experience and therefore what you find to be helpful will also be unique." (Quoted from the website)
Crisis, Grief & Healing
"Webhealing.com was the internet's first interactive grief web site and has served the bereaved on the net since 1995. It offers grief discussion boards where men and women can discuss , (main, child-loss, siblings), issues related to grief and healing or Browse Recommended Grief books." (Quoted from the website)
Grief, Loss & Recovery
"The mission of Grief Loss & Recovery is to offer emotional support, friendship & provide a safe haven for bereaved persons to share their grief." (Quoted from the website)
In-Sight Books - Helping People Help People
"For tough transitions, In-Sight is there. In-Sight Books and the In-Sight Institute have one mission: helping people help people. This has evolved over the years, expanding from our grief care books and seminars across the country to include Celebrant training and certification. Along the way, founder and author Doug Manning expanded his writings to include advice on elder care, a growing issue with the steady rise of the Baby Boomers as they face caring for their aging loved ones." (Quoted from the website)
Book List for Surviving the Suicide of a Loved One
Understanding and surviving the suicide of a loved one is difficult. This website offers information to assist you with the grieving process.
How would you like to be remembered? Your obituary is your life story. It can share your passions, your accomplishments, your dreams, your personality and your family tree with those in your community. This link offers helpful tips for creating your own legacy in print.