哀傷是一種身心徹底與私密的過程，在每個地方、對每個人來說都不一樣。 You can't go around it; the only way to help yourself is to work through it. Here are some articles to help you learn how to support yourself and others in times of grief.
Learn the different kinds and stages of grief as well as what is true and not true regarding feelings surrounding the loss of a loved one:
It's not easy, but grieving is a necessary part of healing after losing someone you love. Here are things you can do to get through the grieving process:
What is the difference between grief and depression? These articles help identify when grief turns into a chronic situation leading to depression or anxiety:
The loss of a family member is always a shock and causes many emotions to come to the surface. These articles look at the effects of losing someone in your family and with ways to deal with the loss:
Children and their feelings are often overlooked when death occurs. Age plays an important part in how much children understand and how we can help them with their grief. These articles explain how children grieve and ways to support them:
The empty chair at the Thanksgiving table, unopened gifts on Christmas or the vacancy in time of not celebrating a birthday anymore brings grief to the surface. These articles give practical ways to help you face the important days without your loved one:
Do you know someone who is grieving? It's hard to know what to say and do at a time like this. These articles give ways for comforting the bereaved: