Grief Education
Children & Grief
Coping with Grief

Coping with Grief


Common Feelings of Grief
These are some common fellings people have as they go through the grieving process, although everyone experiences it differently. (full article)

  Normal Signs of Grieving
Because grief can be so painful and seem so overwhelming, it frightens most people. Many people worry if they are grieving in the "right" way. (full article)

How to Help a Person Who's Grieving
There are many ways to be supportive of a person experiencing the grieving process--and also some things that you definitely should not do. (full article)


  Things That Don't Help a Grieving Person
While there are many things you can do to help people through the pain of their grief, there are also things that don't help at all--and that could even be hurtful. (full article)

Survivor Trauma
Those who say--whether seriously or in jest--"Just cremate me and throw me out!" don't realize the burden this places on family members. (full article)


  Grieving the Loss of a Loved One
There is no set pattern to grief. Some people grieve for a short time while others may never fully recover from their loss. (full article)
Coping with the Loss of a Spouse
It can take up to four years for a person who has lost a spouse to recover; this is one of life's most stressful and painful events. (full article)
  Helping a Parent Cope with Grief
When one parent dies and one still survives, the survivor's children (adult or otherwise) can play a major role in helping them through their grief and pain. (full article)
Coping with Grief During the Holidays
Whether your loved one died recently or decades ago, the holidays bring forth powerful memories that may trigger your grief. (full article)


Funeral Planning | Grief Support | Ask the Experts | Locator Guide | Obituaries | Products and Services | Search
About Us | Privacy Policy | Legal | Contact Us | Site Map | Link to | Home

© Copyright 2001-2003, Aurora Casket Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved