N0tyham (Self-photographed) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Death and Bereavement Among the Lakota

For the Lakota, death is not the end of the journey.
Bob McMillan via Wikimedia Commons

Ambiguous Loss

Coping when someone is missing
 Matus Laslofi/Flickr/CC by 2.0

30 Reasons You May Need a Grief Therapist

Are you stuck in your grief?
Yolanda Coervers/Pixabay

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
 Arctic Warrior/Flickr/CC BY-ND 2.0

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.