Life After Loss

Saying goodbye to a loved one is one of life's great difficulties—but the best way make it through the pain of mourning is not always the same from person to person.

When a Child Dies

By Nancy Berns Ph.D.
A personal reflection on grieving for your little one.

Goodbye, Buddy

By Martina M. Cartwright Ph.D., R.D.
When your furry companion dies, it's okay to mourn.

Facing Death

By Nando Pelusi Ph.D.
When your loved one is diagnosed with a terminal disease.

Help Teens Cope

By Phyllis R. Silverman Ph.D.
Teens need support and vocabulary for grieving.

A Complicated Grief

By Carlin Flora

Some people experience an intense kind of grief.

Resilience, coping, and faith: How our beliefs help us during hard times

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
Can faith pull you through a crisis?

Stages of Grief - Time For a New Model

By Worth Kilcrease MBA, MA, LPC, F
It's time to quit describing grieving as occurring in stages.

The Double-Bind of Masculine Grief

By Lani Leary Ph.D.
Why can't a man grieve like a woman?

Opening Up When Tragedy Strikes: Are You Sure It’s a Good Thing?

By Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
The myths about coping

Good Grief, Bad Grief?

By Susan K Perry Ph.D.
You can move through grief without those famous "stages."

Life After Loss

By Elana Premack Sandler L.C.S.W., M.P.H
What happens to those left behind after suicide?

The Mysterious Fog

By Alex Korb Ph.D.
Observations on the depressed brain