Types of Grief and Loss

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Feb'16

Grieving the Death of a Spouse or Significant Other

Death, regardless of the details, is capable of devastating those it leaves behind.  Brother, sister, son, daughter, mother, or father …

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Jan'16

When Your Best Friend Dies

We got an email last week from someone who lost a friend.  Not just any friend died, her best friend …

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Jan'16

Grief After Traumatic Loss

Recently a reader emailed us and asked if we’d write a post about grieving a violent death. She’d been looking …

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29

Sep'15

The Grief Wall: Loss of Identity After Stillbirth

This essay was written by one of our grief friends, Alex.  We very rarely have guest posts, only when we …

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18

Aug'15

Grieving the Death of a Sibling

As a general rule, we hesitate to write about different types of loss.  To clarify, I am not referring to …

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09

Jun'15

Grieving the Loss of Hopes and Dreams

I just realized my birthday is tomorrow. Seriously, I totally forgot. Although I’m always bad with dates, truthfully I think …

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27

Apr'15

Man’s Best Friend: 5 Considerations for Grieving the Loss of a Pet

Two weeks ago my husband was playing with our dog, Amos, when he felt a lump – a huge lump …

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16

Jan'15

Grief After Abortion: healing from unspoken loss

There are posts that we write here on WYG that travel like wildfire.  In the course of a day or …

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16

Oct'14

Ambiguous Grief: Grieving Someone Who Is Still Alive

My guess is that when people read the title of this article they will react with either a, “what are …

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26

May'14

Support for Grieving a Military Loss

This Memorial Day we take time to remember the thousands of families who have lost loved ones who were serving …

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May'14

Considerations for Caregivers

What’s Your Grief is obviously, above all else, a blog about grief. If it weren’t the site would have to …

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17

Mar'14

Saying Goodbye to a Home and Grieving Places Past

My grandmother belonged in her home like a doll in her dollhouse. Each article of clothing, piece of furniture, and …

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