If ever there was a time to stop beating yourself up for being human, it is now. You are definitely good enough.
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Marilyn Mendoza, Ph.D., is a clinical instructor in the psychiatry department at Tulane University Medical Center and a private practice psychologist specializing in bereavement. She is also the author of We Do Not Die Alone.
Deciding what to do with what's left behind.
Edith Eger, author of "The Gift," explains how recovery is possible even after the most horrible experiences.
Ways to help children cope with the loss of their heroes.
How we can cope with the loss of our superheroes.
How fear has shaped the ways we treat the dead.
An interview with Dr. Phyllis Kosminsky on how COVID-19 has led to complicated grief.