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Grief Depression: What to Do When the Color is Gone

When the Color is Gone

Regret & Loss: When Remorse Hinders Healing

Regret: it’s an emotion we can all relate to and something we have experienced many times prior to the loss of a loved one. What’s interesting about regret is that it can come as equally with action as it does with inaction. We can regret doing something as much as we can regret having done nothing at all.

What No One Ever Tells You About Grief

The grief from losing a child is the hardest thing I have ever experienced in my life. There is also another grief present in my life right now that I can't explain due to depth and freshness of the grief. Furthermore, it's not only my grief to explain. But...it, also has been a very difficult grief to work through and to accept.

Finding Hope Again

"I'll always grieve, but I'll somehow learn to live again," Will said.

When Grief Leads to Fear

“I’m terrified. I’m afraid of everything now,” Eddy said, her head in her hands.

How to Be Supportive When You’re Grieving Too

Ripple Effects: When Grief Hits a Marriage

"We're hurting," Mindy said, referring to herself and her husband, Daniel. "I cry. He works in the garage. I go shopping. He drinks beer and watches sports."

Multiple losses: How to Cope with Loss & Change

A Mother's Search for Her Son. . . part III

The first year of my son's passing was a time of going from shock to unbearable pain to intense anger and back to shock. I became obsessed with having to know every detail of Joey's sudden death. Every moment had to be accounted for; every fine point regardless of how hard to hear had to be processed and listed. I don't know why I did this.

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