The Many Forms of Grief

If you were surprised when you found out that grief, in fact, has many forms, don’t worry, countless others have made the same mistake. Here is a quick and easy guide to the many types of grief.

Dealing with Grief: Seeking Support from Others

Recovering from a recent loss is easier when you have the right support system. Do not grieve alone. Grieving is a process that takes time. Find comfort in talking about your feelings and express them accordingly.

Holidays and Grief

The holiday season is supposed to be the most beautiful time of the year but not for everyone. The pain of losing a loved one seems to become heavier during the holiday season. Here are 5 things we can do to lighten the burden and enjoy the time we have our loved ones who are still with us.

Coping: Dealing With Loss of a Loved One

Crying, feeling scared, angry, etc. are normal emotions people feel when they lose a loved one. By expressing these emotions, family members properly engage in the grieving process. Additionally, everyone has their own way of showing grief. Some people internalize their grief. Therefore, failing to cry at a funeral doesn’t mean an individual doesn’t feel pain. Everyone copes with loss differently, and there’s no specific time table involved.