Dealing with Grief
A little inspiration for dealing with grief.
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How ‘Transitional Objects’ Can Help You Manage Grief
Photos, videos, and shared stories can comfort those grieving the loss of a loved one member. But a more tangible item—an article of clothing, a favorite book, or, in my case, a boxy chair—can build a strong connection and make the grieving process a little less painful.
After losing 3 pregnancies, a mother is now helping other women cope with grief
To mark Baby Loss Awareness Week (Oct 9 to 15), pregnancy loss coach Vernessa Chuah shares her story with CNA Women – including finding out at 12 weeks pregnant that her baby’s organs were growing outside its body.
Five stages of grief, and how to get through them
While there's debate among experts about the stages of grief, "people who are in the pain of grief are just saying, 'Help me,'" Kessler said. Here's what the five stages of grief are, and how you can consider and process them in whichever order you experience them.
Common Grief Reactions: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance
You may have heard of Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and The Five Stages of Grief. It’s been part of popular culture for decades. Early in her career, she interviewed dying patients to find out how they felt about their impending deaths. She found their reactions fell into five categories: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance. These reactions may not happen in any specific order. Not everyone experiences all of these reactions
Duchess of Sussex: 2020 has been 'overwhelming process of grief, growth and gratitude
The 39-year-old former actress - who is married to Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex - has reflected on the last year as she wrote a message to go alongside animal charity Mayhew's year in review.
"Explaining To Everyone That Your Parent Has Died Is Emotionally Exhausting"
On GriefTok, there’s no sugar-coating the loss of loved ones, no aesthetic filters to soften the blow. No one here is biting their bottom lip so as not to cry. Instead, users openly and honestly share the truth of unpredictable, lifelong #grief.