Widows will find some of the best grief resources on the internet listed here. These resources will provide amazing information and advice to support widows on their recovery.
The first thing you’ll notice about this site is that it’s not focused on grief as much as support and encouragement.
This website helps us to understand a child’s grief and provide the support they need.
This is a great resource website for articles on just about anything. Just “ask”.
This is a web site to meet and chat with other widows and widowers who are going through exactly what you are going through.
Topics covered include grief, bereavement, recovery and other information helpful to people of all ages who have suffered from the loss of a spouse or life partner.
This is a free online resource for widows, widowers and their loved ones, providing an easy way to find information and services needed during the transition following the death of a loved one.
Collection of links to U.S.A. government resources geared towards the needs of seniors.
This Canadian web site has lots of helpful links and information for seniors.
This is an outstanding news sources for people over fifty.
GriefNet.org is an Internet community of persons dealing with grief, death, and major loss.
Healing after Death
It’s for those people who don’t want to be the victim of grief and loss. It’s for those people who don’t want to give up on life because you have got to know that after the death there is still life – namely yours.
6 Proven Techniques To Help with Grief , Loss & Rereavement
This is a proven program to quickly take you from grief to joy. The 6 expert techniques featured use the power of the mind to transform grief. These techniques are so successful that they have been featured on The Discovery Channel, CNN.com and in Woman’s World magazine!
The Funeral Planning Check List
A Detailed Guide To Finding, Locating, Organizing And Completing Your Estate Planning And Funeral Planning Documents. Your Complete Guide To Being Prepared. Your Complete Guide To Peace Of Mind.
Recover From Grief
We have had most excellent feedback on this Guidebook… for it’s practical lessons, unique insights, coping strategies… and strong message of hope for the future.
If There’s anything I Can Do: How To Help Someone Cope With Grief
It’s awful when someone you love goes through the pain of bereavement. But there is no need to feel helpless in the face of grief. This book is full of little ways (and big ways) you can help someone you care about cope with grief that little bit easier.
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