Resources For Understanding Death

  • Bookshelf ·
Walking Him Home
  Alan and Joanne marry in midlife and live a happily-ever-after existence until, at sixty-nine, Alan is diagnosed with a rare, fatal, neurodegenerative illness. As…
  • Grief ·
Grief and the Holidays
Holidays mark the passage of time in our lives. They are part of the milestones we share with each other and they generally represent time…
  • Grief ·
How Grief Works
­It’s pretty safe to say that grief is one of those emotional bullets that’s impossible to dodge. Unfortunately for the majority of us, grief becomes…
  • Grief ·
Grief is Healing In Motion
In this excerpt from Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home, Toko-pa Turner explores how grief is more than an expression of pain. Grief is our inner acknowledgement…
  • Grief ·
Modern Loss
“One of the best things someone said to me soon after my partner died,” says therapist and writer Megan Devine, “was: With something this big, ‘just…
  • Grief ·
Pet Bereavement
“…grief is grief…” This Huffington Post article, Pet Bereavement Is No Different Than Human Bereavement discusses what you might expect to experience when you lose…
Grieving Everyday Losses
  • Grief ·
Grieving Everyday Losses
We are aware of the great losses in life, but what about the small ones? The American Counseling Association acknowledges that we have little griefs…