Caregiving: Emotional Roller Coaster
Cremation or Burial? Families Don't Always Agree
Depression after Loss of a Child
How Can I Help? What to Ask for When You're Grieving
Making Prearrangements - Why Does It Feel Strange?
The Early Stages of Grief: The First Seven Days
The Grieving Child: Part I
The Grieving Child: Part II
The Ripple Effect
Words That Hurt and Words That Help
How Can I Comfort My Best Friend?
How Can I Find the Words?
Husband Lost Best Friend and Employee
I Felt an Indescribable Pain
Parenting After My Husband's Death
Should I Send a Thank-You Card to Everybody?
We hope these resources are helpful to you as you deal with grief.
One wave, a deep-sea monster cresting about five or six feet above the water's surface, caught me by surprise and pulled me under. I was sucked into the undertow. Every time I tried to surface for air, the wave sucked me back under it. I tried to fight my way to the top as my lungs screamed for air. I tried everything I had learned in all my years of swimming, but nothing worked. I couldn't get to the surface.