Please check out all the grief resources listed below:
Each of these guides are offered to you here as free “downloads” to support and encourage you. Topics covered include grief, bereavement, health, recovery and healing 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.
This Canadian web site has lots of helpful links and information for seniors. Filled with tips and advice to help you.
This site is an outstanding source of information for people over fifty. You can find almost anything you need.
Suicide Perspective is intended to show that suicide is the end result of a brain disorder. It is not meant to give professional advice to anyone who is suffering from any form of a mental disorder. If you are thinking about suicide, you should seek professional help and call the suicide prevention lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Symptoms of Major Depression and Complicated Grief – From the American Cancer Society
Guidelines for Helping Grieving Children – From Hospice & Palliative Care
Coping With The Stigma of Grieving an Overdose Death
Grief & the Loss of a Pet
Grief At Work: A Guide For Employees and Managers – From American Hospice Foundation
We provide unbiased information reviewed my medical experts so our readers can make an informed decision on the next steps in their or a loved one’s, drug rehabilitation journey.
Becoming a widow is a difficult experience, both emotionally and socially as you adjust to life without your partner. However, it can also be very difficult financially, as you must adjust to a new financial reality.
This is a great resource site to select your USA State for surviving spouse rights. Covers finding a lawyer, probate, trusts, inheritance litigation and estate planning.