What Does Time Have to Do With Grief?
Pat Schwiebert talks about what to expect with grief and leaves us with the hope that time heals, one moment at a time
Changing the Language of Grief
Darcie Sims Ph.D., CGC, CHT
Internationally recognized grief management specialist Darcie Sims challenges us to create a language of hope, not a language of grief by re-examining the words we use to define our journey
Symptoms of Major Depression and Complicated Grief
American Cancer Society
It’s common for people to have sadness, pain, anger, bouts of crying, and a depressed mood after a loved one dies. It’s important to know about normal grief responses so that you can know if the bereaved person might be getting worse—going into a major depression.