Losing a loved one, whether it be a spouse,
a child, a relative or a close friend, is one
of the hardest things we do in our lives.
Everyone of us goes through a grieving
process after the loss of a loved one, but
we all grieve in different ways.
The web sites listed below provide information and other resources to help you understand your own or someone else's grief and hopefully will make this time in your life a little easier.
Caring Connections - the website of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. Their grief resources sections provides excellent articles on grief, different kinds of grief, and grief support.
American Hospice Foundation - their GriefZone web site provides information, links, and other resources you may find helpful.
AARP - the Grief and Loss section of the AARP has several articles on arrangements, grief and loss, and final details as well as links to other resources.
GriefNet - they provide resources about handling grief, a bulletin board, and support groups.
The Compassionate Friends - a nonprofit support organization for bereaved parents, grandparents, and siblings. The also provide links to other grief resources.
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