The experience of grief is unique to each person, everyone grieves in their own way. There are no rules or timetables as to how long it will take for you to heal and adjust to your loss.
The following links and articles below are from Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D., C.T. an internationally noted author, educator and grief counsellor. He serves as Director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition and is on the faculty at the University of Colorado Medical School’s Department of Family Medicine.
A friend has experienced the death of someone loved. How can you help? The following articles provide many practical suggestions for helping others with grief:
Children and teenagers have special needs following the death of a friend or family member. The following articles provide wonderful insight in helping children and teens understand and express their grief.
The days following the death of a loved one can be filled with sadness and confusion. The following articles can help you understand the importance of the rituals surrounding death.
Caregivers have special needs of their own. The following articles are designed to help caregivers take care of themselves as well as those who are suffering from loss.
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