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The Healing Effects of After-Death Communications

How we stay connected to our loved ones after death.
Tumisu/Pixabay

Couples Grieving a Child

Understanding the differences in how men and women grieve.
Les Anderson/StockSnap

Guilt and Grief: Placing a Loved One in a Nursing Facility

10 ways to cope with one of the hardest decisions.
Matthew Mendoza, used with permission

A Collection of Last Words

The many ways to say goodbye.
Jessica Mendoza, used with permission

Touching the Dying

The comfort of touch.
Sarah Baker/Flickr/CC by 2.0

Prisoners Working With the Dying

How prisoners can learn compassion.
Jordan Whitt/StockSnap

Talking to Children About Death

What should we tell our children?
 Alan Levine/Flickr/CC0 1.0

Loss of a Child

Eight ways to help a grieving parent.
Bernard Spragg/CC0 1.0

Deathbed Visions: Part ll

End-of-Life visions comfort the dying.
lawprier/Flickr, CC by 2.0

The Healing Power of Laughter in Death and Grief

If humor is a part of living, than why should it not be a part of dying?
 Ilmicrofono Oggiono/CC by 2.0

The Truth About Hospice

Are you afraid of hospice? Know these facts first.
 Mark Hillary/CC by 2.0

Deathbed Visions: Part I

Escorts at the Time of Death
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Funeral Dogs

How dogs help us grieve
"woman, thinking"/ Robert Couse-Baker/CC BY 2.0

What Mourners Tell Themselves

How we can recognize our irrational thoughts in grief and what we can do to comfort ourselves.
Abigail Keenan/Unsplash

What to Expect From Grief

You're not losing your mind; you're just grieving.
Win Henderson via Wikimedia Commons

Traumatic Grief

As mass violence is becoming more prevalent in our society, we are becoming a nation of mourners.