Types of Grief and Loss

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 …

Read More

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 …

Read More

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 …

Read More

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 …

Read More

14

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 …

Read More

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 …

Read More

30

Sep'13

Grieving Before A Death: Understanding Anticipatory Grief

I spent a lot of time with my grandmother when I was growing up.  When I was young, before I …

Read More

16

Aug'13

The Grief of an Overdose Death: Part 2

Prefer to listen to your grief support?  Listen to our ‘ Surviving the Grief of an Overdose Death’ podcast above. ———————————————————————————————————————————– …

Read More

14

Aug'13

The Grief of an Overdose Death: Part 1

If you thought the avoidance around death and grief in our society was bad, it is nothing compared to the …

Read More

29

Jul'13

26

Jul'13

Types of Grief: Yes, there’s more than one

If you prefer to listen to your grief support, check out the above podcast where we discuss 10 types of …

Read More

22

Jul'13

Secondary Loss — one loss isn’t enough??!!

When we experience death the grief associated with the loss itself is excruciating.  There are the obvious things we “expect” …

Read More

Disclaimer

WYG provides general educational information from mental health professionals, but you should not substitute information on the What’s Your Grief website for professional advice.

See our terms and conditions here

See our privacy policy here

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

National Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1-800-273-8255

PhotoGrief

Share Your Snapshot

Grief In 6 Words

Submit a Story to Us

What's Your Grief Podcast

Listen to our podcast