Our guest blogger is Renee, a high school senior in Vista, CA. Her Mom died, and now COVID-19 has taken away her senior year.
COVID-19 has taken away funerals, grief support groups, and visits from friends. Just when we need them the most
I spoke to a Bereavement Manager in Seattle whose client slammed the phone down in rage and frustration, when he heard his support group was canceled. "Just when I need you the most," he said, before he hung up.
Therapy and support groups aren't for everyone. But everyone I talk to - EVERYONE - wants their friends and family to stay close.
It's OK if you don't know what to say when someone dies. Grief Coach's team of expert contributors knows just what to say, and will send you tips & suggestions all year long.
Grief Coach delivers specialized text-based support for young widows & widowers. On Valentine's Day, and all year long
Katie Hawkins-Gaar and Jarie Bolander each lost their partner far too young. Now they're sharing what helped (and what didn't), with our Grief Coach subscribers.
Addiction is misunderstood and scary, which keeps people away after someone dies, just they're needed the most.
Whether it’s a card game or text messages, I love that there are new ways to take the awkwardness out of the moments in our lives when we most need each other.
I can't wait to join this group of end-of-life innovators in LA. This rare event connects art, loss, grief, healing, movement, theatre, and how we all ultimately embrace life…and death.
Breathing new life into death: five tech companies from female founders making sure no one grieves alone
After decades kept firmly backstage, people are talking about death and grief, and bringing difficult conversations into the limelight.
As I went to get myself a birthday cup of tea, a woman came to introduce herself. A Grief Coach subscriber!
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