If you have recently lost a loved one or are searching for a way to help a friend who has lost a loved one, we hope some link you find here will be helpful to you.
The National Funeral Directors Association sponsors several pages on understanding and coping with grief and on explaining grief to a child.
This site includes professionally written articles, but there are also many letters written by husbands or wives in all stages of grief. You may write a note, or you may reply to a note written by someone else.
The aim of this page is to help you help a friend or neighbor who is grieving.
This site is for survivors of military men and women.
This is a list of suggestions for getting through the holidays.
A multitude of resources, including brochures on many subjects, can be found here. For example, there is a brochure that give tips for helping a coworker who is dealing with the death of a child.
An adult struggling to understand a child's grief process may find help here.
Kids aid is a place for children to share their feelings about grief with other children.
The Center for Loss and Life Transition provides many resources for helping yourself or someone else who is grieving.