Grief Help Blog

What do I do now?


After my husband died, I was not even sure I existed anymore. We had been married for thirty-three years, and my identity was tied closely to his. After some time spent in shock and later feeling numb and disconnected from everything around me, I asked myself what I was supposed to do now. ... Read More >>

REPLAY: New Year’s Day 2020 Grief Workshop: Setting Intentions for Self-Care & Self-Compassion


Many people do not think of New Year’s Day as a grief holiday, but for those of us who are grieving, January 1st is not an easy one. ... Read More >>

Has Your Grief Stolen Your Joy?


If you quickly answered YES to the question in the title or if you are new to grief, just stick with me and I will give you practical tools to get out of the victimhood that grief may have on you. ... Read More >>

Grief and Sleep [Infographic] – 7 Tips to Cope with Insomnia after Loss


While insomnia is considered a common grief reaction, sleeplessness should not be ignored. A lack of sleep impacts the immune system, your moods, and your ability to handle day-to-day tasks. This handy infographic will help keep sleep tips top of mind. ... Read More >>

The Past can Teach Us to be Of Service to Ourselves After Loss


Dave Roberts discusses how looking back on your life can determine if what you’ve accomplished has meaning, for you and for others who have crossed your path. ... Read More >>

Parental Death: The Ultimate Teen Guide


Losing your mother while you’re still young and dependent is one of the hardest things to go through. Michelle Shreeve knows that pain and offers unique therapies to help teens and children cope with their loss. ... Read More >>

Until Death Do Us NOT Part (Part 2)


As a follow up to her letter to her deceased husband, JenCB shares some of the techniques she uses, and teaches today, for coping with grief and loss and getting through the sadness. ... Read More >>

‘Til Death Do Us NOT Part (Part 1)


In this touching letter to her deceased husband, Jen CB lovingly comes to the realization that death does not part them and that the vows they made live on. ... Read More >>