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I'm Not Fine

People are us how we're doing. How are we supposed to answer that one? "I'm fine," is a typical response, even though that might be the opposite of how we feel. 

 

Missing You is Exhausting

Grief is exhausting. Missing someone can be incredibly draining. Everything seems like a solo climb of Mount Everest. 


I Feel Like a Shadow

 

When we get hit by loss, our entire being feels the shock. We can feel like we're somehow disappearing, like shadows in the night.  

I'm Not the Same Anymore

Some losses change everything. We're not the same people we used to be. How could we be?


From the Grieving Heart:

I Have More Questions Than I Realized

Loss generates questions - lots of them. Many of them have no satisfying answers, yet our hearts must ask them anyway. 

 

Surely Someone Could Have Done Something

When loss strikes, we're stunned. We wonder about many things. Did it have to happen? Could someone have done something to prevent it?

From the Grieving Heart:

Please Forgive Me

Forgiveness can be a huge part of our grieving process. Forgiving ourselves is often the biggest challenge of all. 


From the Grieving Heart:

My Guilt List Has No End

Guilt is not our friend, yet he comes visiting often. At times, it seems there is no end to the things we wonder about and can feel guilty for. 


I Feel Guilty

What happened? Why? We look for someone responsible. Often, that somehow ends up being us. We feel guilty. 


From the Grieving Heart:

I Can't Get Enough Air

Anxiety can be a terrible thing. It can hijack a life. In grief, our anxiety baseline naturally rises. Panic attacks can come out of the blue.


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