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Twelve Insights into Grieving After the Death of Your Loved One

Learning how to grieve healthfully, and to mourn so that you can learn to live in adaptively in the absence of your loved one, is no simple task. These 12 insights into grieving can be helpful to the bereaved.  Read More

What to do before, during and after a funeral service

Knowing what to do before, during and after a funeral service can be difficult. What is the proper etiquette for sending flowers, bringing food or helping the family? Find the answers to your funeral questions here.  Read More

What to say at a funeral

It’s hard to know what to say at a funeral. There are the typical responses like “I’m sorry for your loss” and “please accept my sympathy.” However, when someone dies, truly heartfelt sentiments bring the most comfort to the grieving. On the other hand, some well-intentioned comments can also be hurtful.  Read More

What to wear to a funeral

In recent years, the rules about acceptable funeral attire have become much more relaxed than formal requirements of years ago. While a traditional black suit or dress may still be appropriate for some to wear to a funeral, you’ll find more variety, more color and more casual selections in the dress codes of most modern services.  Read More

When a Child Dies

Dr. Kenneth J. Doka provides an exploration of the common themes, adjustments and challenges that emerge after the death of a child as parents learn to cope with their grief.  Read More

When a Loved One Dies: Coping through a Time of Grief

The five stages of grief – denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance – are a part of the framework that helps us learn to live without the one we lost.  Read More

When a Parent Dies: Dealing with the Loss of Your Mother or Father

After the loss of a parent, it is normal to experience the five stages of grief as you cope with the reality of the loss of your mother or father.  Read More

When a Spouse Dies

Dr. Kenneth J. Doka provides an exploration of the common themes, adjustments and challenges that emerge after the loss of a spouse as a widow or widower learns to cope with his or her grief.  Read More

When Someone You Love is Dying: Preparing to Face a Difficult Loss

When someone you love is dying, your choices about how you use the time available to you can affect the quality of your life, and the lives of others around you, in important ways.  Read More

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